From Monday, Twitter has started to host spaces coordinating with people who inculcate more than 600 followers on the microblogging platform. The company has however caused a delay in launching the feature as it was scheduled for early April. The users acquiring Android and iOS-based platforms will be given the emphatic opportunity.
The company asserted that they have finalized the idea of incorporating people with 600 followers after receiving influential feedback from the readers, and what has been the sightings and learnings from the Space platform it launched last year. “These accounts are likely to have a good experience hosting live conversations because of their existing audience,” the company said in a blog post announcing the changes.
If you have previously been connected with this idea by using ClubHouse, Discord’s Stage Channels, then space would feel like home for you. The platform is ingeniously fabricated for people to hold a conversation within their groups as others tune in to listen to the podcast. The channel carved out is influential for holding group discussions, interviews, panel conversations, and lots more.
Twitter is doing something quirky that none of the current lines of apps possess, and platforms like Clubhouse would be stunned. Twitter has offered somewhat a platform similar to Youtube for people to hold their space and monetize through ticketing. The hosts will be able to decide the prices irrespective of any commission from the company and also would be able to add the maximum limit of the number of tickets sold.