TWITTER SPACES 101 – GETTING STARTED: How to find Spaces in the mobile app. Walk through of all the basic features:
– Sharing
– Emojis
– Speaker and Attendee list
– Captions

This video tutorial is part one of a live audio series which will cover Twitter Spaces, Clubhouse, Facebook’s upcoming audio portfolio, and more.

Upcoming Twitter Spaces videos will cover room moderation strategies, adding sharable tweets, example use cases, and Spaces promotion.

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How to add tweets to Twitter Spaces. Once you have a live Spaces session:
1. Select the tweet you want to share within the Space
2. Hit share option inside tweet
3. Select “Your Space”
4. Go back to your live Spaces session and the tweet will show up at the top of your live Spaces session
5. Repeat this until you have all of the tweets you want to share.

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Twitter Spaces 101: Scheduling (Pros & Cons)

:16 How to schedule a Space on Twitter
1:30 Where to find the scheduled Space
2:30 Notifications from Twitter for scheduled Spaces

Follow me on Twitter and join my weekly scheduled Spaces on Tuesdays:

How to find Spaces on Your Desktop Browser:
1. Go to on your browser.
2. In the search bar type: lang:en (or your preferred language*).
3. Click on the “Latest” tab to see active Spaces.
4. Click on “Start Listening” once you find a topic of interest.
*To see global Spaces in any language leave out the lang:en

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