The new update will make it easier for audio hosts to manage and moderate conversations.
Once invited co-hosts almost all have the same moderation and management privileges as the primary host, they can talk, invite other room members to speak, pin tweets, kick people out of the room and more, reports The Verge.
There are a few limitations, although only the primary host can invite or remove other users as co-hosts – one co-host cannot invite a second, for example.
Co-hosts also cannot end the room; only the original host can do this.
The co-host feature also increases the number of participants who can speak at the same time in a space, according to the report.
Now you can have one host, two co-hosts, and ten speakers all active in one room at a time, up from the previous limit of ten speakers, he added.
The new addition has started rolling out now and should be a useful part of helping hosts keep spaces under control, especially for larger conversations.
A recent report says Twitter users will now be able to compose a new tweet directly from space, which will be linked to the audio chat and accompanying hashtags.
While it was previously possible to compose new tweets while listening to a space, having the composer directly in the space will make it easier for participants to tweet about the conversation as it unfolds. , said a report earlier.