Twitter has begun to expand the reach of Spaces, bringing similar features to the Clubhouse app. The social networking audio conferencing tool is now accessible from the desktop and also works in the web browser on mobile phones and tablets.
With the novelty, the feature is no longer exclusive to the Twitter mobile application. Since launch, Spaces has focused its experience on the social network version for Android and iOS, but the company promised it would have the browser feature in the future and ensure access on more devices.
Spaces are making their way to Twitter for the web!
Now you can join a Space to listen in, try out the new transcription design, and set reminders to join a scheduled Space. https://t.co/xFTEeAgM4x
– Twitter support (@TwitterSupport) May 26, 2021
Twitter users can now join Spaces meetings on any device. In addition, the feature has been improved to work better on larger screens, including an interface that adapts to the display of the device.
Spaces has recently gained accessibility tools, including audio transcription. The feature also featured a reminder system, which sends an alert to the user when an interesting meeting starts.
Twitter had also already expanded the reach of the Spaces feature. In early May, the company released functionality for all social network accounts with a minimum of 600 followers.
Even with the extension of the tool, Spaces still has exclusive features in it Twitter application. Currently, the mobile version is the only place where you can start meetings and view ongoing conversations on the fleets bar.
According to 9to5Mac, Twitter should release the creation of Spaces in 2021 via the desktop version of the social network.