What you need to know
- Twitter began testing voice tweets in June.
- The initial test was only available to a limited number of people.
- The company is now opening the feature up to more people.
Twitter is selling the new feature as an accessibility one, but anyone and everyone can take advantage of it.
You can Tweet a Tweet. But now you can Tweet your voice!
Rolling out today on iOS, you can now record and Tweet with audio. pic.twitter.com/jezRmh1dkDYou can Tweet a Tweet. But now you can Tweet your voice!
Rolling out today on iOS, you can now record and Tweet with audio. pic.twitter.com/jezRmh1dkD— Twitter (@Twitter) June 17, 2020June 17, 2020
Unfortunately, Twitter isn't saying when we can expect this feature to be available for all accounts, but it's also testing a similar feature that lets people slide into your DMs with their voice. That's only available in Brazil right now, too.
Have you been given the new voice tweets to test out? Shout out in the comments if you have!
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