The company took to Twitter to announce the new change. In addition, Twitter has highlighted three main areas of focus for Spaces. First, the infrastructure and user interface for playback that adapts to your screen size. The second is setting reminders for scheduled rooms, and the third is accessibility and transcription.
As of today, our focus areas are available at https://t.co/RD57W4QZPz (mobile web, desktop web): – i… https://t.co/3LTQrhngxs
– spaces (@TwitterSpaces) 1622069900000
Twitter also shared some screenshots to show what Spaces will look like in a web browser. The Spaces UI for the web browser is very similar to the version of the mobile app where you can see the description, host name, and attendee list.
Twitter is busy adding new features to Spaces to compete with rival Clubhouse. An online report recently revealed that the company plans to monetize Spaces in the future.
According to reports, Twitter is planning to introduce a new feature called Ticketed Spaces This allows users to host live audio rooms for a fee. As reported by The Verge, Twitter will be testing the “Ticketed Spaces” feature with a small group of people over the next few weeks.
The company should work on the admission criteria who can host Ticketed Spaces. The 1000 follower accounts have hosted three spaces in the past 30 days, and those aged 18 and over are allowed to host Ticketed Spaces.
Aside from Ticketed Spaces, Twitter is also said to be working on the ability to co-host space, allow scheduling, create more block labels and warnings, and improved subtitles.