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Twitter Spaces introduces co-host feature to better moderate rooms


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Twitter Spaces introduces co-host feature to better moderate rooms

Co-hosts will have almost all the same moderation and managing privileges as the main host and can speak, invite other room members to speak, pin tweets, boot people from the room, and more.

As the live audio chat format is getting popular, companies are doing their level best to bring better features than the competitors to attract users. Twitter Spaces, a live audio chat app like clubhouse, has updated its app to allow co-hosts for any audio chat room. It will help a lot in better managing and moderating rooms.

As for the host, it could sometimes become hectic to speak and keep hold of other activities. The co-hosting feature can distribute the responsibilities of hosting a room. Also, this will allow for better collaborations. For now, the number of co-hosts is limited to only two, but it may increase in the future.

Co-hosts will have almost all the same moderation and managing privileges as the main host. They can speak, invite other room members to speak, pin tweets, boot people from the room, and more.However there are a few limitations to this feature, like only the main host can invite or remove other users as co-hosts. Co-hosts also can’t end the room; only the original host can. For now, a Twitter Space can have one host, two co-hosts, and ten speakers.

Twitter Spaces is very important to Twitter, as it removed the Fleets bar and replaced it with “Space Bar” as the company aims to bring back the creation of Spaces to the older Fleets line. Twitter will also implement a voice transformer feature with multiple voice effects for users as Bee, Cartoon, Helium, Incognito, Karaoke, Microphone, Phone, Spatial, Stadium, and Stage.


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