According to information seen on Engadget, Twitter Hosts can now Record and Share Audio Spaces. Earlier in September, Twitter mentioned that they were planning to add a recording and playback feature for Spaces.
This was in place so listeners can access shows just after they air. However, the feature is only available to a limited number of spaces hosts on iOS. On the other hand, the feature is available to all listeners on Android and iOS.
Twitter Hosts can now Record and Share Audio Spaces
According to Engadget, Twitter says it’s a way for hosts to extend the value of their work and to reach audiences who couldn’t always keep an eye out for live conversations. All hosts who already have access to the Spaces recording feature will have to toggle on “Record Space” before that can
Hosts who already have access to Spaces Recording will have to toggle on “Record Space” before launching a new conversation to switch on the feature. A recording icon will be visible to everyone, including listeners, during the show.
Hosts will have access to the recording for 30 days after the initial broadcast, and they’ll be able to share and tweet it for their followers to see. Listeners will be able to playback recordings right on their timeline — they’ll also be able to share them, which could translate to more listeners and fans for hosts.
While the recording will be available for a month, hosts can delete it anytime. Twitter says it will still keep a file for up to 120 days, though, so it can check for hateful content that goes against its ToS, in case users report a recording.