One of the most influential and dainty microblogging platforms, Twitter is laced up to roll out new features, which can be new-sprung or unaccustomed things coming to the platform.
According to well-known tech tipster Alessandro Paluzzi, Twitter is now keenly focusing on the ability to add background music to Twitter space.
The main focal point of the Twitter background music feature is to replenish irksome silence when no one is talking. You can also set the music as the default host is in charge of changing the music; the cohost cannot change these settings.
You can select the Twitter background music from the following themes,
Mayhaps, you might be pondering when it can be rolled out to users; in light of the tipster’s previous leaks, the feature could be around the streets where you can take a walk and trudge a bit.
Moreover, the tipster has posted the settings page of the Twitter background music page, so it seems it has already been out in some regions. I hope you will get them soon. Twitter is a multilingual platform where users can get a static round of performance or trend-perishable hashtags; in either case, the platform never keeps the users going beyond the sea to trawl beneath the water. With the looming of Twitter space, the platform has gotten new incandescence.
Twitter space is a great feature in Twitter that lets users get into live audio conversations. You can host these audio conversations with a particular topic; the audio room is called “Space.” You can also invite other users to participate in the space. Users you choose can be a co-cohosting someone, or some page you follow is hosting Space; you will be notified with a pop-up message in the notification tab, which will show up as a purple-colored froth at the top of your home page.