The microblogging platform recently announced that it had started testing a potential new feature called “custom-built timelines”, starting with one centred on The Bachelorette.
Twitter, a microblogging service, has declared that anyone can now share Twitter Spaces clips on iOS and Android devices.A new clipping tool for Spaces has reportedly begun testing, according to the business.The feature is now being made available to all users.
Testing went smoothly.The firm tweeted, “We are rolling out clipping to everyone on iOS with Android online on the way!Users of the Twitter website cannot access the feature right now.Support, however, is “on the way”, according to the platform.
With the help of this tool, users may now record Spaces and turn them into 30 seconds of audio to share with others on the microblogging platform.With the new capability, users can draw more attention to their Spaces and emphasise particular broadcast segments without having to post the entire recording.
The clipping capability was introduced by Clubhouse, the social audio app that inspired the creation of Twitter Spaces, last September.Live listeners in public spaces can use this function to cut the most current 30 seconds of audio and share it anyplace.
The microblogging platform recently announced that it had started testing “custom-built timelines”, starting with one that was centred on The Bachelorette.
A “small set” of people in the US and Canada will be able to access The Bachelorette personalised Timeline for ten weeks as part of a “limited test” on the internet.