Any Twitter user with more than 600 followers will be able to host Audio Spaces

Twitter is preparing a novelty for everyone with at least 600 followers, namely an audio room called Spaces. It’s a similar thing to Clubhouse, which should eventually be available to all users. But there’s also a paid version of audio events where hosts could actually make some money with their events.

Twitter has announcedthat users with 600 followers or more will be able to host Spaces, Clubhouse-like audio rooms. Despite the fact that Twiiter announced this novelty that for april, Android and iOS users will receive updates from this week onwards.

Twitter determined the number 600 using the opinions of users it included in the survey after it was unveiled Spaces late last year. “These accounts are likely to have a good user experience, as they already have a good audience base.“, Wrote Twitter in a blog in which he officially announced a new feature of the social network. “Before we give the opportunity to create Spaces audio gatherings to all our users, we want to learn as much as possible, we want to simplify the search for Spaces rooms as much as possible and we want people to enjoy them“, They wrote on Twitter.

If you have used it before Clubhouse, Discordove Stage Channels, or some other social audio service, you already have a good idea of ​​what Twitter Spaces will look like. These are designed to allow groups of people to talk to each other, or simply listen to a debate. The format that Twitter has set for itself is very suitable for interviews, or panel discussions. Unlike the Clubhouse Twitter format, it will not be dedicated to comedy performances, presentations and similar content.

Over time also paid Spaces

Twitter has also revealed, among other things, a feature that Clubhouse does not offer. Over time, Twitter users should be able to charge an “entrance fee” to participate in their Spaces audio rooms. Twitter predicts that hosts could set the price of tickets and the number of tickets that will be available. In this way, you could organize exclusive events and actually earn some money by organizing such audio events. Twitter says it will receive a small commission from the sale of these tickets. This feature will be available for a limited group of users in the coming months.

Clubhouse for example, it offers the possibility for people to serve on their platform, through direct payments. At the same time, it is also true that currently only a limited test group of users can receive payments. Given that Twitter is preparing paid Spaces, Super Follows, which will allow users to charge additional content and announced “tips” for profiles, and Spaces rooms, it seems that Twitter is increasingly trying to offer its users the opportunity to earn something with the platform.

With its Spaces functionality, Twitter already has one big advantage over Clubhouse, namely “real time” subtitles, which are expected to receive one update soon. Twitter is also planning to add the ability to pause, rewind and customize the font. Clubhouse does not currently offer the listed options and it is not yet known whether they are even thinking in that direction.

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