Twitter on Wednesday announced that they are testing a new feature called Voice Tweets that will allow users to record up to 140 seconds of audio in a single tweet.
As of now, this feature will only be available to a limited number of iOS users. However, Twitter mentioned in its blog post that it will be rolling out this feature for more iOS users in the coming weeks.
Once available, users will be able to create a voice tweet using a new “wavelengths” icon on the Tweet composer screen. However, the company has mentioned that it will add additional monitoring systems before deploying this feature for everyone.
“We are working to incorporate additional monitoring systems ahead of bringing this to everyone,” Twitter spokeswoman Aly Pavela told Reuters. “We’ll review any reported voice tweets in line with our rules, and take action, including labeling, as needed,” Aly added.
Twitter, which adds labels to content containing manipulated or synthetic media, has also started adding fact-checking labels to certain types of coronavirus and election-related misinformation.
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