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Twitter already allows any user to record audio rooms

A little over a year after Twitter launched Spaces, the platform’s audio rooms, the social network has surprised us with a new function for these spaces. In order not to lose ground to Clubhouse (another popular platform that offers this service) Twitter has announced that it will allow the recording of rooms, something will be able to do both its Android and iOS users.

Twitter already allows any user to record audio rooms

All users can create Twitter Spaces Android iPhone

Twitter is used to giving a small preview of its news before officially launching it. It’s like that even though audio rooms reached some users in 2020, it was not until the end of 2021 that any Android or iPhone user was allowed to use the Spaces feature.

Similarly, the recording of audio rooms that was already available since last October for a limited number of users. But now, Twitter has released this feature for everyone to use. This was revealed through the following tweet from their official account where they also explain how to start recording an audio room.

As you can see, after choosing the name of the room and indicating the topics that will be discussed in it, the creator of the space only has to enable record function as shown in the tutorial. With these simple steps you can save the entire conversation in the audio room so that other users who did not participate in the live can listen to the replay.

The recording will only be available for 1 month

While this new feature can be done on both Android and iOS, Twitter has set certain limits for it. the recording alone will be available in the host user profile of the audio room for 30 days after its broadcast.

During this time you can share it with your followers or retweet it on the timeline. Finally, still it has not been revealed if the recording will be allowed to be downloaded for sharing on another platform. And you… What did you think of this new Twitter Spaces feature?