The social networking and microblogging site Twitter has made it possible for all users to record space.
Twitter last year introduced an audio room service for users called ‘Space’, which was followed by an extension of the service’s scope.
In the early days, this feature was only available to iPhone users, but due to time and desire, this feature was also offered to Android users.
Creating a space room required a certain number of followers, after which it was eliminated.
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Twitter later allowed certain users to record space, but now all users can use it because the company has allowed everyone to record.
According to Twitter, all users around the world who host space will now be allowed to record conversations in the audio room. Recording awareness messages will also appear on the screen of users who are part of such space.
This space recording will be stored for one month and the host will have the option to make it public or not.