In context: Twitter is making major plays at turning its microblogging platform into a legitimate content creation tool. Updates to Spaces gives larger accounts the ability to monetize their audio content and keeps pressure on rivals such as Clubhouse.
Twitter today announced that it's expanding its live audio rooms called "Spaces" to more accounts. Any account with more than 600 followers is now eligible on either iOS or Android whereas before it was only available to a select "feedback group." The company is also introducing a few more features like a ticketing system, improved live captioning, and scheduling.
now, everyone with 600 or more followers can host a Space.— Spaces (@TwitterSpaces ...
based on what we've learned, these accounts are likely to have a good experience hosting because of their existing audience. before bringing the ability to create a Space to everyone, we’re focused on a few things. 🧵
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