Major Redesign of Twitter Spaces:
Twitter has confirmed experimenting with a major design change for Twitter spaces, especially for audio chat rooms for spaces. Designs are meant to be published soon.
Twitter is one of the world’s largest social media platforms built by Jack Dorsey, Noah Glass, Biz Stone, and Evan Williams in March 2006 and launched in July 2006. Initially, it was an SMS-based social media network. In the beginning, the company was not a major success until the 2007 South by Southwest Interactive (SXSWi) conference. Researchers claimed that Twitter was ruling the conference, increasing the daily tweet rate from 20 thousand to 60 thousand per day. The actual growth period of Twitter started in 2012 when they opened a new office in Detroit. The company became public later in 2013 on the New York Stock Exchange. Recently Elon Musk bought 9.1% of shares for $ 2.64 Billion. Later Elon Musk proposed to overtake Twitter for $ 43 Billion. The offer was later accepted by the board of directors of the company which was then rejected by Musk himself.
Twitter Upcoming Spaces
Twitter spaces are live audio chat rooms where the host can invite anyone by a public link through a message, email or tweet. Twitter is currently focusing so much on making spaces more and more efficient and convenient for their users. Twitter has confirmed it’s currently experimenting with a new design coming to Twitter and features on offer to users of Spaces audio chat rooms.
Why is Twitter changing Design?
Screenshots of an early test version, published by TechCrunch, suggest an updated concept which has yet to be finalized; Twitter noted that these images are “inaccurate and outdated,” representing “an initial version” of the new experience. However, a new look, personalized daily digest, and themed stations are teased in the shots.
Twitter New Design
The redesign looks set to reorganize the audio chat room into different topics, for example, Music and Sports. Topics were launched last year for creators to tag their audio programs but were limited. They could now become a core feature of the Spaces experience.
As to when we’ll get to see the “new” Spaces, an official announcement about redesigning Twitter is expected “further down the road,” according to Twitter, but no time frame was given.