Twitter is turning up the volume. Voice messages are a massive trend at the moment on social networks and Twitter is no exception. In India, Brazil, and Japan, it is now possible to send voice notes as a private message to users. A function that is in the test phase and may well be extended in the future to other countries.
Audio is definitely the way of the future on social networks. With the rise of Clubhouse, platforms are coming up with more and more ideas for integrating audio into their social networks. Twitter has just announced a new test-launched in India, Japan, and Brazil where it will now be possible to send voice messages in private.
A voice message limited to 140 seconds
For the time being, Twitter has not indicated whether this feature will be deployed globally, but given the growing audio trend on social networks, this is a strong possibility. Lately Twitter had already allowed a few privileged people using the application under iOS to test “Spaces,” its group audio chat.