Twitter is now letting all Android and iOS users record Twitter Spaces, the corporate introduced Thursday. Users will be capable to select to record a Space after they’re setting one up and the recording will be accessible for public playback for 30 days after the Space has ended. If you’re in a Space that’s being recorded, you’ll see an icon on the high of the Space letting you understand.
You can see the way it all works in this tweet from Twitter’s help account.
Another replace on Spaces Recording:
The choice for hosts to record is now accessible for everybody on Android and iOS! When beginning a Space, faucet the “Record Space” change to have it accessible for public playback for 30 days as soon as the Space has ended. pic.twitter.com/fYzaOjQJlF
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) January 13, 2022
Twitter first launched recording to a restricted variety of hosts in October, promising the characteristic could be accessible to all hosts “within a few weeks.” The firm has been steadily including options to Spaces since they first launched and lately opened up the flexibility for everybody on Android and iOS to have the ability to host a Space. (Previously, solely users with 600 followers or extra might host one.) You nonetheless can’t host a Space from the online, however you may be part of them.