Twitter has launched the first iteration of its Spaces Recording offering. This offering aims to assist hosts on the micro-blogging platform to scale their audience through the availability of recording and sharing voice content pieces.
At the onset, only a selected number of Twitter Spaces hosts on iOS devices will be permitted access to Spaces Recording. Going forward the offering will be accessible to all iOS and Android users.
The offering will allow hosts to expand the value of their work past the moment during which a Space recording is live. In addition, listeners have the advantage of playing back the Space and sharing it across their timelines.
The update will help hosts and listeners on Twitter leverage through the expansion of hosting capabilities, a new spaces tab on iOS with different languages to be rolled out in the future, ability to tag topics and permission to invite listeners to a hosts Space through DMs.
Furthermore, a ticketed spaces feature to monetise content is currently in beta mode for iOS and Android consumers.
After the Space Recording ends, the host has access to their recording for 30 days from the initial broadcast. During this time the host can share their recorded content on their timelines for listener's to playback the recorded Spaces and share it across their networks.
Twitter allows the host to delete a space. However, the host's Spaces Recording will be reserved as a data file for a period of 30 to 120 days, to review hateful or abusive content.