After releasing Spaces in private beta last December and then expanding the trial to Android shortly thereafter, Twitter is expanding Spaces to general users. According to Twitter official blog post, Twitter Spaces is available to all users with more than 600 followers..
Twitter spaces for accounts with more than 600 followers
Twitter says it set the limit at 600 followers because these accounts are “They are likely to have a good experience hosting live conversations because of their existing audience.” However, that doesn’t mean that accounts with less than 600 followers will never get Spaces. The company plans to open the doors of the spaces to everyone after improving the discoverability of the active spaces.
So if you have more than 600 followers on Twitter, check out our detailed guide to learn how to use Twitter Spaces right away. If you like the concept of Twitter Spaces, you can also check out its inspiration, Clubhouse and its alternatives.
Spaces with ticket sales
In the same blog post, the company has detailed what it has planned for Space hosts and creators, including a way to monetize Spaces. Spaces with bent entrances, Hosts can set ticket prices along with the maximum number of participants. in the space. Twitter says most of the proceeds from ticket sales will go to the creators and a “small amount” to the company.
Scheduled spaces with reminders
In the future, Twitter will implement the ability to schedule spaces. In addition, interested listeners will be able to set reminders for upcoming spaces. According to Twitter, these features will be available in the coming weeks.
Other changes to be made to spaces include shared hosting with others to manage speakers and participants, accessibility improvements to pause and customize live captions, and the option to join a space by tapping on the profile photo of a person.
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