Twitter Open Space are only available to those users with more than 600 followers

Starting Monday, anyone with at least 600 Twitter followers will be able to host Spaces, Twitter’s equivalent of the audio room network Clubhouse.

Twitter said it decided to open up the functionality to people with at least 600 followers after receiving input from Twitter users and the media, according to a blog post. Spaces debuted last year, but only a select group of Twitter users have had access to it so far.

Twitter Open Space are only available to those users with more than 600 followers

Both Twitter accounts with 600 or more followers will now be able to host a Space starting today. Because of their current following, these accounts are expected to have a decent time conducting live chats, based on what we’ve seen so far.

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Twitter announced in March that Spaces will be open to all users by April, and despite the fact the that deadline has passed, the firm says it also needs to learn and hear more from users before turning the feature on for all.


We’re focusing on discovering more, making it easy to find Spaces, and having people explore them with a fantastic audience before taking the opportunity to make a Space to all.

In addition to expanding the number of users who have access to Spaces, Twitter has announced that it is planning on allowing users to pay for tickets to Spaces as a way to monetize the feature. Twitter claims it would only take a “small percentage” of ticket revenue as commission.

Twitter Open Space are only available to those users with more than 600 followers

Twitter announced in March that Spaces will be open to all users by April, and despite the fact the that deadline has passed, the firm says it also needs to learn and hear more from users before turning the feature on for all.


We’re focusing on discovering more, making it easy to find Spaces, and having people explore them with a fantastic audience before taking the opportunity to make a Space to all.
In addition to expanding the number of users who have access to Spaces, Twitter has announced that it is planning on allowing users to pay for tickets to Spaces as a way to monetize the feature. Twitter claims it would only take a “small percentage” of ticket revenue as commission.

 

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Twitter Open Space are only available to those users with more than 600 followers

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