Twitter has announced a number of new features for its live audio rooms, Spaces, including the ability to Download The audio file, which is a great plus for those who tend to be socially vocal.
Users may need the audio file, which the platform keeps on file for 30 days for possible moderation purposes.
From the Download and Archive Your Data section, you can click Request Archive to get a zip file of all the data on Twitter, including your Spaces audio.
Once your archive is requested, it may take up to 24 hours to access it. But you can find Spaces audio in the data folder inside the zip file.
Twitter has been working on audio download options for the past few months, and that process will likely eventually be improved, so that you don’t have to download all of your Twitter information to access the audio file.
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This can provide greater benefit and value to live audio rooms where people can then re-engineer audio content to broaden their reach and enhance communication with those who may not have been able to listen to the live broadcast.
There are also potential complications within such recordings in ensuring that reuse is approved by all speakers.
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Twitter is also looking into these concerns, and at some point it will likely add a consent option of some kind for this. This is part of the Spaces usage agreement.
Although this option does not exist yet. But the onus is on the Spaces host to ensure that all speakers agree to any reuse, especially for commercial purposes.
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The announcement was part of a longer tweet thread outlining recent updates to Spaces, including scheduling, development of the new Spaces tab in the app (still in testing), the ability to set up rooms across desktops, and new options on how pinned and shared Tweets are displayed within the room.
There’s also the benefit of adding your brand or campaign tag to the room title to expand your conversation. This is a small but important update. The feature provides another way to help increase access to the audio room and increase awareness of broadcasts.