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Spaces: Twitter wants to start clubhouse clone from next month

Soon Twitter users can communicate with each other via live audio chat. (Image: Rustic / Shutterstock.com)

The short message service is already promoting the end of the test period of its audio group chat. The service is scheduled to start in April.

As it looked, Android users will get Twitter’s live chat capabilities faster than access to Clubhouse app. The Verge reports that the company behind Jack Dorsey is working flat out on a release. Twitter even advertises the spaces in its own app, although the functions are not yet available for everyone.

Those willing to update are happy too soon

US users were enthusiastic as an advertisement for the next update promised: “We will introduce Spaces. Now you can tweet and talk. ”But if you tapped the pen at the bottom right after the update, you only found the usual options: image, gif and tweet. The new function “Open a new space” should appear at this point from April. In contrast to the audio chat pioneer Clubhouse, the new service comes out for Android and iOS at the same time. However, Spaces is not the only alternative to the hype app.

Twitter Spaces

Happy too early: In the Twitter update There weren’t any spaces in it. (Screenshot: Twitter / The Verge)

Speak, Tweet and Host

Since the new options have been in the test run for a long time, you know relatively exactly what to expect with Spaces. There will probably be hosts, co-hosts and listeners that are allowed to perform different functions. In addition to speaking, tweets can also be sent around for the individual space, for example. Twitter has already announced some functions, but not yet implemented them. This includes the separate muting of participants and hosts, the removal of tweets from the space and the management of pre-planned or recurring events.

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