Twitter Spaces is now rolling out to practically everybody
Now, anyone with over 600 followers can host their own Space.
If you’ve been waiting to join the audio-only chatroom craze, then good news, as Twitter announced today that it is rolling out Spaces to more people starting now.
Based on the success of Clubhouse, Twitter Spaces gives users a way to host and join audio-only chatrooms. Previously, the hosting feature was only available to some Android users, but that is now expanding.
According to Twitter, anyone with over 600 followers can now host their own Spaces.
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With so many companies trying to put this functionality in its existing platforms, it will be interesting to see if Clubhouse can continue to hold its place in the audio-only chatroom space, or if social media users will gravitate towards their social platform of choice.
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- Facebook vaguely threatens users to give up their data if they don’t want to pay for the service