Twitter is aiming to make its live audio feature available to all its users by April, a spokeswoman for the micro-blogging site said on Thursday.
Twitter’s Spaces competes with Clubhouse, which is an invite-only audio-based social network startup that shot to fame after appearances from tech celebrities Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg.
In late February, Twitter was testing the feature with 1,000 users that began with women and people from marginalized groups.
The social media platform is also mulling an option allowing users to “undo” a tweet within a window of a few seconds before the message is posted.
The feature would be in addition to the delete function but would prevent a tweet from appearing on a user’s timeline.
While the feature would not be an edit option long clamored for by Twitter users, it would provide a brief window of opportunity of several seconds to “undo” a tweet after sending.