New Delhi: Twitter on Wednesday introduced it’s testing voice messages in direct messages (DMs) as much as 140-seconds lengthy in India.
The experiment will probably be rolled out in phases to the audiences, making India certainly one of three international locations to have entry to the function, alongside Brazil and Japan.
Based on the corporate, voice messages in DMs will make it simpler for folks to have conversations.
“We’re excited to deliver the voice messages in DMs experiment to the nation and provides folks a brand new strategy to specific themselves and assist them join by way of the nuances, emotion, and empathy constructed by listening to somebody’s voice,” mentioned Manish Maheshwari, Managing Director, Twitter India.
Every voice message will be upto 140 seconds lengthy and might help folks chat shortly – whether or not on the transfer or when there’s simply an excessive amount of to sort.
“We’re devoted to giving folks extra choices to specific themselves in conversations on Twitter – each publicly and privately,” mentioned Alex Ackerman-Greenberg, Product Supervisor for direct messages at Twitter.
That is how the brand new function will work.
In a DM dialog, faucet the brand new voice recording icon as soon as to start recording.
Faucet the cease icon while you’re achieved and you will have the choice to take heed to your recording earlier than sending or deleting it.
Alternatively, on iOS, it’s also possible to quick-send by holding down the voice recording icon and swiping as much as ship instantly after you are achieved speaking.
Anybody can have the power to hear to those messages wherever and nonetheless they use Twitter, however the skill to document voice messages over DM will probably be obtainable for folks on Twitter for iOS and Android in India, Japan and Brazil.
Individuals will see your voice Tweet seem on their timeline alongside different Tweets. To hear, faucet the picture.
“We hope letting folks document and ship voice messages as DMs will improve their conversational expertise by including comfort and expression,” mentioned Ackerman-Greenberg.