Twitter Spaces is now available to all users

 


Twitter Spaces is now available to all users



Last March, Twitter launched Spaces, a new format that allows you to create voice chat rooms within the social network. This tool, which is very similar to the Clubhouse format, has been improved and expanded in recent months to give it more prominence on the platform. Now, Twitter has announced that all of its users, both iOS and Android, will be able to use Spaces.


Initially, this tool was only available to users with at least 600 followers. Now, as the company announced a few months ago, Spaces will be available to any user of the Twitter mobile app. To create one of these voice chat rooms, users have to click on the button that will appear next to the room used to tweet.


At the beginning of the summer, Twitter redesigned the look of its mobile app so that the Spaces icon appears on the bottom bar in the central space. The icon, made up of two pairs of circles that symbolize Twitter Spaces, has since been displayed between the magnifying glass-shaped search icon and the bell-shaped icon.


An example of the strategic importance Spaces attaches to Twitter is this week's Spark presentation. This, which lasts three months, was created with the aim of teaching speakers to take advantage of this format. At the same time, it will support the creators of Spaces who have been accepted into the program with financial, technical and educational support.


As Spaces announced from its official Twitter account, the application period to be part of the program is now open. Currently, only users over the age of 18 with a minimum of 5,000 active followers can aspire to participate in the program.

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