How to record Twitter Spaces on Android and iOS
- Twitter now lets any host record Spaces on Android or iOS.
- You can share your Spaces recording for others to listen to it anytime.
- There’s also an option to download a copy of the recording.
AdvertisementTwitter has been improving its Clubhouse-like audio rooms ‘Spaces’ with the feature now available to all users. There’s also a dedicated space on the Twitter app for Spaces and anyone can host from the smartphone app. Twitter also made it possible for any host to record Spaces on Android and iOS last week.
This feature was first rolled out in October last year but only for select hosts on iOS. But now all hosts can record their Spaces conversations from the Android or iOS Twitter app. This also makes it easy for listeners to play the recording if they’ve missed a session.
If you’re interested in hosting
When you create a Twitter Space, turn on ‘Record Space’.
A logo will appear on top to indicate the Space is being recorded.
The recording will include only those with speaker privileges.
Once the recording ends, you will get a link that you can share via a tweet.
You can also edit the start time of the recording before sharing it with your followers.
Then anyone can click on the 'Play Recording’ button to listen to the Space.
You also have the option to download the Space recording in the ‘data’ folder of your data download.
Twitter also gives you the option to delete your Space recording anytime.
Twitter Spaces also come under the platform’s rules so the company keeps audio copies of all recorded Spaces for 30 to 120 days. This is to review the recordings for any violations of the Twitter rules.
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