Twitter Spaces is a feature that allows Twitter users to create and join live audio conversations. Initially launched for mobile devices only, Twitter has now made Spaces available on desktop computers as well. Here’s how to use Twitter Spaces on desktop.
First, make sure you have the latest version of Google Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge browser installed on your computer. You can also use Twitter Spaces on Safari, but some features may not be available.
Next, go to Twitter.com and log in to your account. Click on the “Spaces” icon located in the navigation bar at the top of the screen. This icon looks like three circles connected by two lines.
If there are any active Spaces, you will see them listed on the Spaces screen. You can click on any of the Spaces to join them.
To start your own Space, click on the “Create Space” button located in the top right corner of the screen. You can then choose to create a public Space, which anyone can join, or a private Space, which is only accessible to users who are invited to join.
When creating a Space, you can add a title, invite guests, and choose who can speak. You can also enable or disable certain features, such as chat and reactions.
Once your Space is created, you can start the conversation by speaking into your microphone. Other participants can listen in and join the conversation by clicking on the “Join Space” button.
While in a Space, you can use the chat feature to send messages to other participants. You can also use reactions, such as clapping and laughing, to show your appreciation for what’s being said.
When you’re done with the conversation, simply click on the “End” button located in the bottom left corner of the screen. You can also choose to save the audio of your Space to your device or share it on other platforms.
In conclusion, Twitter Spaces is a great way to connect with other Twitter users in real-time audio conversations. With the recent addition of Spaces on desktop, it’s now easier than ever to join or host a Space from your computer.