A large group of people can converse using Twitter Spaces, and the conversation can be recorded and shared with other users. “Testing went without a hitch. Everyone can now use clipping on the web versions of iOS and Android! “About it, the company tweeted.
Users can now share Twitter Spaces videos on their Android and iOS devices, according to a tweet from Twitter. A new clipping tool for Spaces will soon be tested, the company just stated.
All users are now receiving the functionality.”Testing went without a hitch. Everyone may now use clipping on the online versions of iOS and Android!” About it, the company tweeted. Users of the Twitter website are presently unable to use the feature.
But the platform promised that assistance is “on the way.” With the new functionality, users may now create 30 seconds of audio from recorded Spaces to share with others on the microblogging platform.
Users can take advantage of the new feature to draw more attention to their Spaces and highlight particular broadcast segments without having to publish the entire clip.
The clipping feature of Clubhouse, the social audio platform that served as the basis for Twitter Spaces, was made available in September. Live listeners in public spaces can use this feature to record and share the most recent 30 seconds of audio.
The microblogging platform, meanwhile, recently disclosed that it had started testing a potential new function called “custom-built timelines,” beginning with one focused on The Bachelorette.
For 10 weeks, a “limited test” will allow a “small number” of people in the United States and Canada access to The Bachelorette’s personalized Timeline online.