Twitter has begun testing voice tweets up to 140 seconds long. So far, the feature is only available to a subset of iOS users.
To record a voice tweet, you need to click on the new special icon in the form of a sound wave. After that, a profile photo with a voice recording indicator will appear on the screen.
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As shown in the third screenshot below, audio tweets will appear in tweets with a profile picture in the center. And although the limit for one voice tweet will be 140 seconds, Twitter states that “once you reach the time limit for a tweet, a new voice tweet will be automatically generated,” allowing longer monologues to be recorded.
In addition, a voice tweet can be supplemented with text. On iOS devices, a voice tweet opens in a small player at the bottom of the screen – you can continue listening to it by scrolling down the feed.
The feature is currently only available to a subset of iOS users, but will soon appear on all devices.
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