Twitter Spaces showing up on some accounts with less than 600 followers
Twitter has really become a habitat for trends and information-rich miniblogs over the years. From controversies to doge memes, the app houses everything.
The app has seen structural changes and feature additions in the past to keep itself up to date with the demands.
Anyway, it needs no further introduction so cut to what’s going on at present. The platform is now offering a medium called Spaces to interact better with followers and fellow mates.
Twitter Spaces has been rolling out to more users after being tested for some time. The major features are compiled here in the official announcement.
The feature, at least as per the official Tweet, is limited only to folks with 600 or more followers on Twitter which according to the company is likely to have a good reach.
now, everyone with 600 or more followers can host a Space.
based on what we’ve learned, these accounts are likely to have a good experience hosting because of their existing audience. before bringing the ability to create a Space to everyone, we’re focused on a few things. 🧵 (Source)
Who wouldn’t want to enjoy this feature? Well, Twitter has made it clear that this is on cards.
But looks like it couldn’t wait. It has only been a few days and Twitter seems to have already rolled this feature out to users with less than 600 followers.
Some fascinated users took to Twitter to share the news about getting the option to host a Space with a follower count of less than 600.
I ran a similar test to find out that it indeed allows you to organize a Space irrespective of the follower count.
While not-so-famous folks now have the option to host their own Spaces, some of the influencers still await their turn to get the feature.
2154 followers and still no access 😢 even updated the app, too. (Source)
It will be a matter of time till this feature bundled inside an update reaches more people.
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