Just Issue: Twitter Spaces introduces recording option

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In recent months, Twitter has been experimenting with how to capture its Twitter Spaces function, which allows many users to have live audio chats.

This new update, which has been in beta since late September 2021, is now available to all Spaces hosts. Twitter Spaces, a competitor to Clubhouse, a similar software, has gained traction since its launch and has assisted more hosts in reaching their fans.

Why the recording option?

The recordings will allow the hosts to share their fascinating chats with a wider audience. It also makes it easier for latecomers to catch up on what they’ve missed.

Twitter Spaces hosts must give their rooms a title and up to three tags to characterize the room’s discussion topic in advance of an audio recording.

The host then selects “Record Space” to begin recording the entire room. When you walk into the room, you’ll see “Rec” and a red dot at the top of the screen, suggesting that there’s a recording going on (similar to Zoom).

When the session is over, the host simply taps the “End” button to confirm that the room and recording should be switched off. Twitter can be used to disseminate the recording.

The recordings will allow the hosts to share their fascinating chats with a wider audience. It also makes it easier for latecomers to catch up on what they’ve missed.

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Twitter Spaces hosts must give their rooms a title and up to three tags to characterize the room’s discussion topic in advance of an audio recording.

The host then selects “Record Space” to begin recording the entire room. When you walk into the room, you’ll see “Rec” and a red dot at the top of the screen, suggesting that there’s a recording going on (similar to Zoom).

When the session is over, the host simply taps the “End” button to confirm that the room and recording should be switched off. Twitter can be used to disseminate the recording.

This also means that tweets promoting Twitter Spaces broadcasts will now include a link to a recording instead of a note that the program has ended.

Hosts will have 30 days to share recordings after the show, or they can erase them at any time.

How to Record on Space

1 Press the Spaces key.

2 Assign a title to the Spaces and a maximum of three tags. (Tags provide context for the Spaces.)

3 Press the top-right Record button.

4 Begin or schedule the Space

5 You can send the link to the Spaces to your friends in DMs or on Twitter.

6 When Space comes to a conclusion, the link will redirect to the recording.

7 You can also View information to Tweet the recording under Notifications.

8 With Edit start time under host settings, you can determine where your recording should begin (This allows you to cut out any dead air time that might occur at the beginning of a Space).

The Twitter Spaces symbol has also been added to the app’s interface in the most recent update, so the Spaces button is visible once the app is opened.

With the addition of this feature, users will be able to identify Twitter Spaces taking place in other locations that are relevant to their interests.

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