Twitter has announced that anyone with an iOS or Android device can now share Twitter Spaces clips. Recently, the company announced that it had begun testing a new clipping tool for Spaces. The feature is currently being rolled out to all users.
Users can now record Spaces and turn them into 30 seconds of audio to post on the microblogging platform. Users can highlight particular segments of a broadcast using the new technology without having to publish the entire clip, which will increase interest in their spaces.
Last September, the clipping function was introduced by Clubhouse, the social audio app that inspired the creation of Twitter Spaces. Live listeners in public spaces are given the option to cut the most recent 30 seconds of audio and share it wherever they like.
The firm recently announced that it had started testing a potential new function called “custom-built timelines,” starting with one that was specifically centred on The Bachelorette. For a “small group” of users in the US and Canada, The Bachelorette personalised timeline will be accessible online for 10 weeks as a “limited test.”
According to Twitter