Twitter is starting to roll out its new Spaces tab to all iOS users with English as their set language. Android support will follow soon.
In September, Twitter announced that it was working on a dedicated tab for Spaces to make it easier for users to discover and access relevant conversations. When Twitter removed its Fleets tab, it also announced that the empty space would be dedicated to its recently-launched Spaces audio feature.
In a Tweet this week, the company is announcing it is finally ready to roll out its Spaces Tab to all iOS users whose language is set to English in the app.
Twitter also promises that the tab will soon be available on Android – and in other languages – but did not mention a more specific date for this wider roll out.
we’re working on making it easier to find and join Spaces you love. today starts the rollout of the Spaces Tab to more people in English and iOS first, with other languages and Android coming in the future!
if you have access, let us know what you think pic.twitter.com/MatEDXv01F
— Spaces (@TwitterSpaces) October 11, 2021
In the new tab, users will find a curated list of active Spaces, a search function for discovering relevant conversations, and more.
Spaces is Twitter’s response to Clubhouse and this year’s hype for audio content. The feature has been in development since December last year, and it has issued a number of interesting updates since it became available to all operating systems in March.
During the year, it has launched the ability to tweet from within a space and issue a direct link to the streaming audio conversation, the ability to co-host a Spaces event, and the option to download your audio recordings.
Featured image: Twitter
You might also like
More from Twitter
Twitter has made it harder to switch between the Latest and Home feeds in the app, with the algorithm-based feed …
Twitter recently unveiled a new Creator Dashboard to help creators make the shift into monetized content creation.
Twitter has announced updates for its Birdwatch crowdsourced fact-checking program, and a new testing group of random US users.
Developers can take part in the initiative and identify their accounts as bots, displaying a label on their profiles and …
The tool, which automatically blocks abusive accounts for seven days, has been extended to users in a number of English-speaking …
Twitter may soon be launching Flock, a feature that allows users to select a group of up to 150 close …