The popularity of the clubhouse has forced tech companies to come up with their new alternative to keep their users on the platform. Twitter introduced its own Twitter spaces as a clubhouse competitor on Android and iOS. Now the desktop version of the microblogging platform Spaces is ready to be launched. According to The Verge report, Twitter is working on a web version for Spaces. Twitter is testing what the feature will look like on the desktop.
A developer of Twitter Spaces also posted some designs on how the space can look on the web. According to the screenshot shared, the Twitter Space Card for the web will look the same as it appears on mobile. It will have a list of participants including host, speakers, listeners and will also have the option of ‘Join the Space’. It is also expected that the Twitter space for the web will work in the same way as it does on mobile.
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Twitter space has many features
Twitter Spaces offers real-time audio conversion, reaction, emojis, the ability to share tweets, automatic caption early version and more. Apart from this, the spaces are public and appear in the fleet on top of the timeline of the users who follow any user who has created the space. However, the spaces only last for as long as they are open. Once there is a clause, they are not publicly available on Twitter.
11 people allowed to speak including host
Spaces is live and anyone who is on Twitter can join to listen. With this, only 11 people are allowed to speak, including the host connected through the shared link.