Twitter: Just like tweets, users can now send voice messages via DMs
Twitter started testing a new voice messaging feature for direct messages. The feature is being rolled out in a phased manner to users in India, Brazil, and Japan starting February 17. Company had introduced last year this feature of DMs from voice tweets.
Twitter started testing a new voice messaging feature for direct messages. The feature is being rolled out in a phased manner to users in India, Brazil, and Japan starting February 17. Company had introduced last year this feature of DMs from voice tweets. And each voice DM can be a maximum of 140 seconds long. The test feature is being made available for both Android and iOS users.
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For sending a voice DM, You can open an existing conversation in your DMs on Twitter or start a new one. Tap the voice recording icon once to start recording your message and tap it a second time to end. You can also listen to your message before sending it across. iOS users also have the option to press-and-hold the voice recording icon to start recording a message and swipe up and release the icon to send it immediately after they are done talking.
Sending voice DMs on Twitter is being made available only for Android and iOS users for now, but users can listen to the messages they receive even via a Web browser. Twitter says that the new feature will give users more ways to express themselves and create a more human experience for storytellers and listeners alike.
Starting Wednesday, Twitter has started testing the voice message feature for DMs in India. The feature, which is being tested in India, Brazil and Japan, will be rolled out in phases for users. “India is a priority market for Twitter & that is why we’re constantly testing new features and learning from people’s experience on the service here,” said Manish Maheshwari, MD, Twitter India.
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