Twitter Spaces Introduces A Co-host Feature

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Twitter has introduced a new feature called “co-hosting,” which allows Spaces hosts to invite other people to help them moderate.

This means that from now on, a single room can include one host, two co-hosts and up to 10 speakers.

With the new feature, a co-host can invite additional people to talk to each other, mute, remove participants, and pin tweets.

While a co-host can remove participants, they will not be able to remove the original host or end a broadcast.

Adding a co-host is done via an invitation system that allows you to search for specific users.

Facebook and Clubhouse have recently taken similar steps to improve their audio features.

For more information, read the original story in Engadget.

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