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twitter testing chat threads for spaces: New feature of Twitter, the company is testing chat threads for Spaces – twitter testing chat threads for spaces know how it will work

twitter testing chat threads for spaces: New feature of Twitter, the company is testing chat threads for Spaces – twitter testing chat threads for spaces know how it will work
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twitter testing chat threads for spaces: New feature of Twitter, the company is testing chat threads for Spaces – twitter testing chat threads for spaces know how it will work

New Delhi. Twitter is working on several new features to increase the usability of its platform. As we all already know, the micro-blogging platform is working on an edit button that will allow users to edit their tweets even after they have been shared. After this, the company is working on another new feature that will provide more ways for Twitter Space users to interact with their listeners.

Twitter, via its official Space handle, announced that it is testing a new feature that will bring chat threads into space. The micro-blogging platform said that immediately after a host opens the room, the company will automatically send the space card as a tweet. When this is done, all listeners can send tweets to this space.

The conversation will be part of a Twitter thread that will be linked to the room in the chat. This thread will come with a new chat button. In addition to enabling the person who started this room to chat about the conversation, the number of conversations in that thread will also be known. Additionally, tapping on this new button will also allow other users to interact with other users during an audio conversation.

A report states that all tweets sent to the space will be public, which means they can be shared and retweeted on users’ timelines just like other tweets. Twitter Space wrote in a post from its official handle, “…when certain hosts initiate a space, a space card will be sent as a tweet so that listeners can reply, engage and share We hope this will make it easier to view and participate in conversations. It is now being tested on iOS and Android.”

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