Twitter Opens Spaces to All Users With More Than 600 Followers

Starting on Monday, Twitter will enable anyone with at least 600 followers on its platform to host Spaces, its variation of the audio room network Clubhouse.
Reported by means of a post, Twitter states that its choice to open up the functionality to users with at least 600 fans came following feedback from Twitter users and the neighborhood. Spaces initially released last year, but up until now just particular Twitter users have actually had access to the function.
Today, were bringing the capability to host a Space to all accounts with 600 or more fans on Twitter. Based upon what weve learned up until now, these accounts are likely to have an excellent experience hosting live conversations because of their existing audience.
Twitter in March said that Spaces would be available to everybody by April, and with that timeframe now having actually passed, the company says it still wants to find out and hear more from users prior to it officially changes the feature on for all users.
Before bringing the capability to produce a Space to everyone, were focused on discovering more, making it easier to find Spaces, and helping individuals enjoy them with a fantastic audience.
Along with the wider pool of users with access to Spaces, Twitter also revealed that it is working on the capability for users to spend for tickets to participate in Spaces as a way to monetize the function. Twitter says it will only take a “small amount” of commission from the ticket sales.