It raised platform Twitter some new modifications to the tool of direct voice their own rooms called Spaces, including the participation of the easiest room to help increase awareness and participation, tools and new research to find the most relevant to the rooms at any time.
The platform added a new option that allows attendees within audio rooms to tweet directly from within them, with the room tag automatically placed within your new tweet.
And when you click the Tweet button while in an audio room, your Tweet includes both the relevant hashtag and the room link, making it easy to increase the broadcast for your followers quickly.
This can be a useful promotional prompt for audio room hosts, and you can expect to get more requests to share room details to attract more listeners. The option is now available on both iOS and Android.
Detecting audio rooms is also key because if people can’t find rooms related to them, they won’t join them. To help address this, the platform has added some new search options under the Spaces tab. which is currently being tested with some users. People with the Spaces tab can now use the new search options to find relevant audio rooms.
Although this option helps. But the real key to increasing the reach of audio rooms is discovering and highlighting relevant rooms for each user based on their interests. And platform recommendation algorithms have not traditionally been useful in helping users find the most relevant topics and Tweets. But hopefully, you can improve on that to maximize the use of acoustic rooms. While manual search options also provide additional guidance.
Twitter Boosts Focus on Audio Rooms
This is useful for those who have access to the Spaces tab, currently in limited beta.
But that will likely change next week, when the platform Fleets is discontinued, with acoustic rooms highlighted along the top of the feed bar instead. The platform is expected to release a new Spaces tab to everyone as a result of this change.
Twitter has also added some new guest management options within Spaces, with a control bar for participants at the top of the guest management page, so it’s always accessible. The podium has also improved the design, making it easier for hosts to see who’s in the room at any time. Although these improvements are small. But each serves an important purpose in the broader picture. With the platform focusing more on Spaces, it is important to maximize all opportunities to drive engagement and interest.