Following a series of updates that have been made to Twitter’s live audio rooms, the feature, dubbed Spaces, lets users create rooms.
By doing this, Twitter Spaces was able to join a competing Clubhouse which gave the same feature to all users months ago.
In April of this year, Twitter launched spaces that people could sign up to a chat room and either participate in conversations or listen to others who were speaking. At first, not everyone was able to make audio rooms since they needed more than 600 followers prior to joining. You can however join spaces of others regardless of how many followers you have.
Since then the company, which is led by Jack Dorsey has been working to improve its space experience as it competes with Clubhouse. In the tweet, the company has made it possible for every user of Android and iOS to build their own Spaces audio rooms. In addition, the tweet offered a short instruction on how to make an audio room using The Twitter app.
Naturally, Twitter providing spaces that are accessible to everyone is an important move. It suggests that the social media giant has confidence in the feature to manage all of Twitterati. In addition, it suggests that the company has refined the majority of its features in beta by now.
However, Twitter Spaces has more than Clubhouse to be concerned about in terms of competition. This is due to the fact that Spotify, as well as Facebook, have also branched out into this area by launching “Spotify Greenroom” and “Facebook Live Audio Room,” respectively. With these audio room live platforms constantly updating, it will be fascinating to see who is the most successful in this area.