Twitter allowed for the sharing of audio records

Twitter allowed for the sharing of audio records

All users of the iOS and Android Twitter application can now create small pieces of audio-room recordings and publish them, and the service's administration has informed them. Both the interviewer and her listener can create them, and the tape is deleted in 30 days. The web interface does not yet have the function, but it is already available.

The ability to cut pieces from live broadcasts will certainly increase the popularity of the audio rooms, because potential listeners will now be able to learn the most interesting moments without wasting time on full-scale aircasts.

The function test started as early as March, when a small number of iOS users were able to cut the fragments, and the function was available only to audio chatter organizers, but not to ordinary participants or listeners. Once the function became widely available, the number of viral recordings is likely to increase on Twitter, and the number of listeners in the audio rooms is likely to increase.

The ability to share content is becoming more and more popular on various platforms. Amazon has already allowed users to make short clippings from live airs on Twitch and even from some of their short shows on Prime Video: it is no longer necessary to spend time watching a long broadcast to see the most interesting and possibly later decide to enjoy the whole of the air.