• Twitter Spaces Rolling Out Widely, But With A Weird Limitation

    5 days ago - By Android Headlines

    Twitter Spaces, the social media giant ‘s live audio conversations, is now rolling out widely. Starting this week, Twitter users with 600 or more followers can host their own Spaces. According to the company, this weird limitation is because “these accounts are likely to have a good experience hosting live conversations because of their existing audience”.
    However, it didn't rule out the possibility of bringing Spaces to everyone in the future, saying it is focused on making this audio-based social conversations feature easily accessible and enjoyable to users. Twitter Spaces is currently...
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  • Twitter Will Now Let Anyone With 600 Followers Use Spaces, Its Voice-Based Social Network - How Does It Work?

    Twitter Will Now Let Anyone With 600 Followers Use Spaces, Its Voice-Based Social Network - How Does It Work?

    5 days ago - By Tech Times

    Twitter is now opening up Spaces, its voice-based social network, to more people. Specifically, those accounts with 600 followers or more, it announced on its official blog.
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  • Twitter opens up Spaces for anyone with more than 600 followers

    Twitter opens up Spaces for anyone with more than 600 followers

    6 days ago - By The Next Web

    Just a day after Clubhouse announced that it's testing an Android version of its app in closed beta, Twitter said that its live audio product, called Spaces, is now available for anyone with more than 600 followers. So if you have more than 600 followers, you can host a Spaces session on Twitter's iOS or Android app. But no matter how many followers you have, you can still tune in to different live conversations, and get a chance to speak if the moderators of a Space invite you to do so. The company's reasoning behind opening up Spaces to folks...
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  • Twitter Spaces announces what it's working on, anyone with 600 or more followers getting the ability to host Spaces

    6 days ago - By The Mobile Indian

    Twitter has been consistently pushing updates to its Twitter Audio Spaces service to compete with Clubhouse and other similar apps. And now, the company has announced a wider rollout of the feature and says that anyone on Twitter with 600 or more followers can now host their own Spaces.
    Twitter says it settled on the number 600 based on the feedback from the people and as per which these accounts are likely to have a good experience hosting because of their existing audience. Twitter Spaces has been a place where you can sit and have a chat with the people that are interested in the same...
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