Twitter announced last year that Spaces users would be able to record and share their sessions with others, or even listen to them again later. This option was only available to select users before, but Twitter now makes it available to everyone.
According to a recent update, all hosts can now record their Spaces on Twitter. According to the company, all Twitter users will soon be able to record Spaces on iOS and Android starting today.
To record, Space users simply need to click the “Record Space” button. The recorded space will remain available for 30 days after the Space is completed. According to the Twitter Support account, all Spaces hosts will now be able to see the “Record Space” option in the Twitter app on iOS and Android.
Twitter will record your entire conversation when you click there. This allows anyone to replay it later. This allows anyone who was unable to join Spaces live to listen to the conversation.
Recorded Spaces can only be accessed for a short time. According to the social network, talks can be accessed for up to 30 days. After this period, the recorded Spaces will be permanently deleted.
If you wish to delete a Spaces session that has been recorded before the 30-day period expires, you can do so. New features in the iOS app include a search bar on the Home tab, and the ability to repost someone’s tweet with a clip. If you want to make the most of the latest features, ensure that you have the latest version of Twitter installed on your smartphone.