Twitter is experimenting with new features and changing the way that spaces are designed.

Twitter has acknowledged that it is testing new features and designs for its audio chat rooms in Spaces.

Twitter stated that these photographs are “inaccurate and outdated,” indicating “an initial version” of the new experience. Screenshots of an early test version, published by TechCrunch (Opens in a new window) , suggest an updated concept that has not yet been completed. The photos do hint at a fresh appearance, a customized daily digest, and themed stations.

It appears that the revamp would divide the audio chat room into several categories, such as Music and Sports. There were just a few topics available for creators to tag their audio programs. They might now develop into a crucial aspect of the Spaces experience.

An formal announcement regarding the release date of the “new” Spaces is anticipated “later down the road,” although no specific date was offered on Twitter.
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In the latter half of 2020, Twitter invited a “very small” feedback group to participate in its experimental audio chat rooms. By the summer of 2021, Spaces was accessible to desktop and mobile accounts with more than 600 followers, with the ability to fee for premium live audio experiences and include co-hosts.


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