In 2020, Twitter introduced a Clubhouse rival feature called Twitter Spaces on its platform. Twitter Spaces enable users to have live audio conversations on the platform. Anyone can join, listen, and speak in a Space on Twitter for iOS and Android.
Any Twitter user can start a Space irrespective of the operating system. All Spaces are public like tweets, this means that they can be accessed by anyone. They will automatically appear at the top of your Home timeline, and each Space has a link that can be shared publicly. Since Spaces are publicly accessible by anyone, it may be possible for people to listen to a Space without being listed as a guest in the Space.
Who can join and speak in my Space
For now, all Spaces are public and anyone can join any Space as a listener unless you’ve blocked the account. If you create a Space or are a speaker in a Space, your followers will see it at the top of their timeline. By default, your Space will always be set to Only people you invite to speak. You can also modify the speaker permissions once your Space has been created.
Recording a Space and how to do it
Twitter recently started rolling out an update which enables users to record a Space. Hosts can record Spaces they create for replay.While recording, a recording symbol will appear at the top to indicate that the Space is being recorded by the host. Once the Space ends, you will see how many people attended the Space along with a link to share out via a Tweet.
If you choose to record your Space, once the live Space ends, your recording will be immediately and publicly available for anyone to listen to whenever they want. You can always end a recording to make it no longer publicly available on Twitter by deleting your recording
Your recording will be available for 30 days after the live Space has ended. As with live Spaces, Twitter will retain audio copies for 30 to 120 days after they end to review for violations of the Twitter Rules.