Twitter started testing Spaces in December. It’s a live audio feature à la Clubhouse, where users can host conversations in audio-only rooms other people can enter. The website expanded its availability over the past months and added new ways to make Spaces more prominent and easier to find in its apps. Back in July, for instance, it added the ability to compose a new tweet directly from a Space, which will link directly to the audio chat.
The company might also have plans to add the Spaces tab to its website. While it has yet to officially announce anything, Nima Owji, who reverse engineers apps, found the unreleased feature and shared a screenshot of it in a tweet.
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