Everything You Need to Know About the Updates to Twitter Spaces

More access for users and brands, details on upcoming features

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Look out, Clubhouse: Starting Monday, Twitter Spaces, the social network’s take on audio content, is now far more widely available, including to brands on its platform.

Twitter began testing Spaces for iOS last November, initially with a very small group of women and people from marginalized backgrounds.

In March, Android users were given the capabilities of joining and participating in Spaces, but not creating them.

Starting Monday, any Twitter user with 600 or more followers can host a Space, with the aim of extending the feature to all users in the coming weeks.

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