Twitter can display your Twitter Spaces auditor status
Twitter Spaces is a fairly recent addition to the popular bird-themed social media platform, and launched a few months ago in competition with the booming Clubhouse app. Its function is very similar to Clubhouse: to provide voice chat rooms that people can host and join to chat about anything and everything. From music to Bitcoin, anime or anything else, there is a Twitter space for every interest.
Such a feature would be a further extension of the already existing ability to show your subscribers the spaces that you are currently hosting, or even in which you are currently speaking. If you have only joined one space as a Auditor, however, your Auditor status may not be displayed on your profile.
As a listener, you have the option to react to the conversation with emojis, follow live captions, as well as tweet or direct messages to the space. It would therefore be an interesting addition to display your auditor status on your profile. , so that all interested subscribers can join and listen with you.
In Twitter Publish Announcing that the platform is working on implementing this feature, the company said it is “currently experimenting with ways to help you discover more spaces.”
9to5Mac also mentioned a recent leak that hinted at the possibility of revisiting past spaces, which have already ended, and replaying an audio recording of them. But unlike the potential listener status feature, Twitter has yet to comment on such an addition.