Twitter Begins Testing Clipping for Twitter Spaces

Hosta can save 30 seconds of audio from their sessions and share it

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Twitter is testing a clipping feature for its Twitter Spaces audio option, which allows hosts to clip up to 30 seconds of audio from recorded Spaces and share those clips.

The option to create clips is only open to certain hosts on iOS, and all iOS users can see and listen to clips from their timelines, with Android and the web to be added soon.

Social audio application Clubhouse introduced a similar feature, Clips, last September, also enabling its users to create and share 30-second segments.

A Twitter spokesperson said, “There is no limit to the number of audio clips that can be created, and they will live on the platform for 30 days … We will be monitoring feedback and plan to expand Spaces clipping functionality to everyone on Twitter in the near future.”



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