Twitter is looking to further enhance smaller community engagement in the app, with the launch of a new test that will enable Communities admins to create dedicated audio Spaces within their groups.
Some Twitter community managers will now have the ability to start private audio chats that are only visible to other members of the group. A group of administrators and moderators in the US will have access to create live Spaces within their Twitter Communities as part of this experiment, according to Twitter.
Visitors to a community will be able to see and join a Space created there, but only members of the hosting community will be able to respond and participate in the Space.
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