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Twitter Rolling Out New Features for Twitter Spaces include Host Access to Analytics

Twitter Rolling Out New Features for Twitter Spaces include Host Access to Analytics

This week, Twitter is releasing a number of new capabilities for its live audio Spaces platform. On iOS and Android, the social media giant is offering presenters and co-hosts access to analytics about their Spaces. For example, hosts and co-hosts may now see how many total live listeners tuned in, how many times the broadcast was replayed, and how many individuals spoke throughout the Space.

In March, the new analytics function was made accessible to a small group of hosts as a test, but it is now available to all hosts and co-hosts on the platform. Hosts will be able to better plan their audio content and know how many people they’re reaching via statistics.

Twitter is also experimenting with a feature that tweet out a Space card when hosts start a Space. The new feature, according to Twitter, will make it easier for users to interact with and share Spaces. The new feature, which is now available on both iOS and Android, should make it easier for users to see and participate in conversations, according to the company. With this new functionality, hosts won’t have to manually link to their Spaces in a tweet to promote them when they first create one. Also read, Twitter Circle, a clone of Instagram’s ‘Close Friends,’ Has Launched

Users will also be able to learn more about the Spaces that appear at the top of their timeline. Currently, the purple card at the top of your timeline does not provide much information on a particular Space. Some Android users will see more information on the Space bar starting today, including who’s hosting, what topics are involved, who’s shared a tweet, and more.

Users will be able to follow Spaces hosts more easily as well. When a Space is finished, users will be able to see a list of the co-hosts and speakers and choose to follow them. The new feature is currently available on both iOS and Android.

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