Creators who are using Twitter’s Super Follows monetization option can now host Twitter Spaces, available exclusively to their subscribers.
Twitter says it’s “a new way to get even more connected with your Super Followers.”
introducing Super Follows Spaces 🤝 a new way to get even more connected with your Super Followers
rolling out now to all Super Follows creators pic.twitter.com/sX2fuGfiX8
— Super Follows (@SuperFollows) May 17, 2022
Super Follows subscribers worldwide on Android and iOS can join but also request to speak in these exclusive Spaces, while those on the web can just join and listen.
For Creators, this is a new exclusive way to connect and engage with their Super Followers. It joins another existing monetization option for the audio feature, Ticketed Spaces, which was released for iOS last August before being extended to Android last October.
Hosts can use this new feature by selecting “Only Super Followers can join” when starting a new Space. Only Super Followers will be able to join while other users will still be able to see the Space but will have to subscribe to gain access.
Hosts can set ticket prices at $1 to $999 and select the number of available spots, and they can remind attendees as the event approaches via push and in-application notifications and share the details to their home timeline.
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