Twitter Space Beat Over the Clubhouse
Twitter space is a new way of an audio-based social networking system. It’s a beta version of an audio chat room. Right now it has become the hottest trend in the world.
Spaces is a new way to have live audio conversations ( same as public speak) on Twitter. If you have an iOS or Android device, you can join and listen to space events. Still, now Spaces are not yet available to all Twitter Android users. If you don’t see any Spaces to join, try to update Twitter. It’s including more features and updates in the coming days. Android users can join and talk in Space. But only a few iOS users can join and create a space chat room. Currently, in iOS, a small group of people can create space.
According to a spokesperson from Twitter, the newly added features will be available by the month of April this year.The host is the creator of the space. Spaces are available public so anyone can join as a listener. Even if you are not a follower you can join as a listener. At a given time up to 11 people including the host can speak in space.
By DMing links to SpaceListeners can be directly invited into Space, Tweeting out a link, or sharing a link elsewhere. Over the past week, Twitter has done several improvements for Twitter spaces UI. It’s included a new display for all speakers and listeners in a room. Within the space, it has more prominent markers for speakers and hosts.
The key update is the full guest view. – At present when you’re in a Twitter Space, you can see only the attendance, but there’s no way to view a full list of who is them exactly, is listening in. Currently, Android users can only engage in conversations on Spaces, but can’t open their own chat room yet.Twitter continues to add more features and expanding access to more users. To give more options to the users testing new and adding features like Space scheduling and labeling tools, with their audio chats.The biggest addition is scheduling it will provide more ways to host and manage their audio Space.
According to scheduling users can schedule their upcoming space they can be able to tweet out to their audience or followers. And people will be able to sign-up for a reminder via that tweet. That will help to get more audience to get your upcoming space.
Twitter also working with new key feature space discovery Both Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces seem like similar features. Both are recording audio conversations and have very different policies surrounding recording audio and data retention.
Regarding the rules in Twitter Spaces are subject to the same rules as the rest of the other social media platforms. At any time Users can report an entire Space or just specific users within the Space. Twitter will provide a warning to users when a Space participant that they blocked is speaking. In addition to these features that violations while using Spaces could lead to a user losing access to the feature.
The comparison between the clubhouse and Space. The clubhouse is an app in itself, But the Spaces is simply a feature among many within Twitter. Twitter space built-in to Twitter. It is currently available only on the mobile app. Twitter Spaces features and accessibility is going to make its events more discoverable than Clubhouse. During the early state of clubhouse users primarily promote their events through Twitter.
One of the interesting features in space, you can share a tweet into a Twitter Space. It will appear at the top of the chat, it will allow all participants to view it and can discuss it in the room in between the space chat. Anyone can join the Twitter space by using the Twitter app
How do you start or use Twitter Space?
- The first step opens the Twitter app on your Android, iPhone, or iPad. At present, Spaces are only available for mobile users.
- In two different two ways, you can start Twitter space. First, one is Long press on the Tweet compose on your Home Timeline and then tap the new Spaces icon multiple circles forming a diamond shape on the far left. Or else tap on your profile image in Fleets, move the cursor to the far right, and hit or select Spaces.
- Spaces are public, so anyone can join as a Listener, even not the followers including people who don’t follow you. Listeners can be directly invited into Space by DMing them a link to Space, Tweeting out a link, or sharing a link elsewhere.
- The host can invite up to 10 participants to speak in space. Including the Host, up to 11 people can speak in a Space at any given time. When starting a Space, a Host can pick or select who can speak by choosing from Everyone, People you follow, or Only people you invite to speak, which lets you send DM invites. After starting the Space the Host can manage and control who can speak by granting and revoking speaking permissions to participants in the Space. Below the microphone there is one icon Request by Tapping on this Listeners can request permission to speak from the Host.
- At the initial stage of creating a Space, your mic will be off to start. When ready, tap Start your Space.
- By enabling Allow mic access to Speakers by toggling Allow mic access to on. Currently, Twitter Spaces are public and anyone can join as a Listener. If you want to create a space or a a Speaker in a Space, your followers can watch it at the top of their timeline, in their Fleets.
- According to listeners wish they can turn on or turn of view captions. It controls completely up to listeners choice. There is an option to add a Description or name to your Space. This can also be modified at any point while your Space is active.
The next step gets started chatting in your Space.
Anyone can join, listen, and speak in a Space on Twitter for iOS and Android users Currently only a few users are able to create space. In the coming days, we can expect more features in the Twitter space.
Who can join my Space?
At present Twitter Spaces are public and anyone can join any Space as a Listener. If you create a Space or are a Speaker in a Space, your followers will see it at the top of their timeline, in their Fleets.