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Twitter Users With 600+ Followers Can Host Live Audio Chats (www.searchenginejournal.com)

Twitter Spaces, a feature which allows users to participate in live audio chats, is now available to everyone with 600 followers or more.

Launched in December 2020, Twitter Spaces was initially available to a small feedback group.

It’s not known what the criteria was for being accepted into the test group, but Twitter says millions of people have had access prior to today.

Now an improved version of Spaces is rolling out to all Twitter accounts with 600 or more followers. Updates have been made based on feedback from the initial group of users.

From now on the top of peoples’ Twitter timelines will look different, with more purple bubbles indicating when other users are hosting or participating a live audio conversation.

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