Back in September, Twitter Announced That it is working on a dedicated tab for spaces so that users can listen to relevant conversations. Now, the website has started launching the tab for iOS users whose language is set to English. The new tab will have a curated list of active spaces, as well as a search function that people can use to view conversations related to their interests. Twitter has announced the update via the official Space account, which also states that the tab will be available “in the future” on Android and other languages. Unfortunately, the company has not mentioned a more specific date for the availability of Android, but iOS users who have not yet received the tab can expect it soon.
Twitter began space testing in December. This is a live audio feature – La Clubhouse, where users can only organize conversations in the audio room and others can enter. Website Stretched The last few months have added new ways to make its availability and spaces more prominent and easier to find in its apps. Back in July, for example, it Added Ability to compose a new tweet directly from a space, which will be directly connected to the audio chat.
There may also be plans to add space tabs to company websites. Although it has not yet officially announced anything, Nima Ozi, who has reversed the engineers’ apps, Found Shared an unpublished feature and a screenshot of it on Twitter.
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