Nearly a year of Twitter launching its live audio chatroom features, which was only available to Twitter accounts holding over 600 followers it’s finally making it available to everyone.
Twitter on Thursday announced this on Twitter via its support account stating that Spaces will be rolling out to all it’s users regardless of their device type or follower count.
However, following the announcement of the expansion of Spaces to all users was also included a GiF that serves as a quick lesson for all those who will be seeing Spaces for the first time. The GiF explains how users can launch their own Space.
Twitter attempting to reproduce Clubhouse’s audio-centric chatrooms already successed with Spaces as it serves as its own version of audio-centric chatrooms. Twitter now allowing even Android users to host a Space seminar, which was never available as Android users could only join spaces already created.
Before rolling spaces to everyone, Twitter also announced it was working hard to enhance the features of this service and evenly improve the experience.
Recent update to Spaces shows It has recently inculcated the function of adding up to two co-hosts and ten speakers, which is very beneficial for large gatherings.
Ticketed Spaces is another update feature the microblogging platform has inculcated into its app which Twitter made available to more Android users this year. This new feature started rolling out in separate application since June for all US based users with aims for organizers to make money off of using the space feature.
How To Use Twitter Ticketed Space
Meanwhile anyone with the latest version of Twitter can use this feature. All you have to do is tap on the compose floating button, then tap the Spaces icon to bring up a new floating sheet that introduces you to Twitter Fleets.
You currently have the option of adding up to 10 other users as speakers after entering the name of your Twitter Space then other users can proceed to join in as listeners and be later promoted to talk at any time by the host.