Twitter has once again demonstrated it listens to users’ requests and reviews. We can tell you that Twitter is bringing Voice Messages to your Direct Message (inbox).
In other words, one can choose to drop text or voice note in your DM whether you are chatting live or note. This is a win for Twitter fans!
voice messages in dms WHEN !!! @Twitter
— zoe ⭐️ (@cfbrrysgf) May 17, 2021
twitter needs to add voice messages in dms bro
— iluvdarkskinwomen (@JohnOjajuni) May 17, 2021
Ultimately, Twitter is where you go to talk about what’s happening. They are constantly listening to what people who use Twitter want and testing new features to make it even easier for them to have conversations anywhere on the service, including Direct Messages (DMs).
The Voice Messages feature is coming to twitter few months after Twitter Spaces: live audio conversations on the Twitter, was introduced.
TechEconomy.ng can report that this experiment rolled out in Turkey and Nigeria from Monday, May 17, 2021.
Finally updated my twitter. Twitter voice messages here I come.
— Delilah 🅱️ Summer (@Aphrodi_Tee_) May 13, 2021
“This will give people more ways to express themselves clearly and quickly, whether they’re on the move, or there’s just too much to type.
“For a hands-free experience, in a DM conversation, account holders can tap the new voice recording icon once to begin recording. Tap the stop icon when completed and people will have the option to listen to their recording before sending or deleting it.
WE GOT VOICE MESSAGES ON TWITTER!!
Nobody can escape my voice.
— リサ 🐯 (@ahirusekai) May 17, 2021
“Alternatively, they can also quick send by holding down the voice recording icon and swiping up to send immediately after they’re done talking. There is a limit of 140 seconds for each recording.
“There’s a lot that can be left unsaid or uninterpreted using text, so we hope voice features on Twitter will create a more human experience for listeners and storytellers alike.
“We want to encourage everyone to start private conversations about what matters to them using voice messages. We are looking forward to seeing how our feature is used in (Turkey/Nigeria) and receiving the feedback on this experiment!”