The popularity of Clubhouse has forced the tech companies to come up with their alternative to keep users connected to their platform. Twitter also introduced its own clubhouse rival – Spaces for Android and iOS. Now it seems like the microblogging platform is ready to bring Spaces to the website Desktop.
Twitter is to work on a web version for Spaces. As reported by The Verge, Twitter is testing what the feature will look like on the desktop.
A Twitter Spaces The developer has also published some drafts of what Spaces could look like on the web. According to the shared screenshot, the Twitter Spaces card looks the same for the web as it does on mobile. It consists of the list of attendees, including the host, speakers, listeners, and the option to join the room.
If you’re trying this new work out in public, here are some examples of the entry point in spaces on the web @TwitterSpaces https://t.co/g0GViDex1D
– Noah (@magusnn) 1616753349000
The Twitter Spaces are also expected to work the same for the web as they do on mobile.
Twitter Spaces offer real-time audio conversations, reaction emojis, the ability to share tweets, early versions of automatic captioning, and much more.
Also note that spaces are public and appear in the fleet line at the top of the timeline of the user following someone who created one. However, rooms only live until they are open. Once closed, they will no longer be publicly available on Twitter.
Rooms are live and anyone on Twitter can join in to listen. Also, only 11 people who joined on the shared link are allowed to speak, including the host.