Monday, September 27

Twitter will let you know which Spaces your friends join | Digital Trends Spanish

Twitter is focusing its efforts on getting users to discover Spaces audio rooms. For this, a test has begun that consists of showing notifications to people when an account that is still listening to a Space.

These notices are displayed at the top of the timeline, with the name of the room and showing circles with the profile images of the people who are listening to it and that the user follows. They appear surrounded by the violent tone that identifies Spaces.

At the same time, users can choose if they want their followers to see their activity in these spaces. For this there is an option in the audio chat settings that can be activated or deactivated at any time.

we’re experimenting with ways to help you discover more Spaces. for some of you on iOS and android, if someone you follow is listening to a Space, you’ll see it at the top of your tl.
you can control who can see your listening activity in your settings.
send us your thoughts!

& mdash; Spaces (@TwitterSpaces) August 24, 2021

At the moment, these notices are part of a test of the social network and which is already available to some users of the mobile application on iOS and Android.

It is understood that Twitter puts so much effort into strengthening this new feature, which mimics other platforms that successfully offer the same service, such as the popular Clubhouse.

It is worth remembering that a few weeks ago, the social network announced that its Fleets tool would no longer be available due to the lukewarm reception it had among users.

With this, Twitter made it clear that it is open to listening to people’s opinions when maintaining or simply removing a function when it is not well received.

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