Twitter brings the co-host option to the audio room
Twitter brings the co-host option to the audio room

Twitter introduced a new co-host option for language rooms and another option for managing voice chat.

This platform has been developing this functionality for two months. Audio room hosts can now add co-hosts from the Guests tab at the bottom of the room screen.

Under the Guests tab, you will see a new option to invite co-hosts highlighted in blue. After clicking, you can search among the meeting participants and add the user as a co-organizer.

You can add co-moderators in each room so they can invite speakers, manage room requests, and pin tweets.

The co-host can also delete guests, which makes it an ideal additional management tool. If you are hosting a large room with many participants, this option means that additional assistants will be required to manage and direct the discussion.

This option is especially useful for brands who want to enhance their voice space with better conversation management, protect themselves from spammers, and maintain a civilized conversation.

The ability to pin tweets is also useful in this context, so participating moderators can add contextual elements to the discussion to further clarify important points. It is not necessary to distract the speaker from the task of the presentation.

Twitter offers a shared hosting option

In March of this year, the platform announced that it was expanding its shared hosting functionality in response to user requests. It took two months to develop.

With the platform now looking to leverage its Clubhouse features in this regard, it makes sense for Twitter to rapidly develop features to ensure that user needs are met in order to maximize space usage.

The club's growth has slowed significantly in recent months. However, after launching the Android app and removing the invite-only restrictions, it has now increased slightly.

Earlier this week, the Clubhouse announced that it is now offering 600,000 rooms per day on the app, up from 300,000 in May, underscoring the continued interest in audio sharing.

With the withdrawal of the fleet, this opened the door to more funding for the acoustic space. The space bar is at the top of the timeline and highlights the audio room in real time.

In addition, the platform has enriched its plans with its own region tab. Where you want to maximize the potential of options.

Obviously, the platform wants to focus on spaces. Each addition and further development improves usability, expands inventory and functionality.

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