Recently, Twitter has begun testing a new voice-based tweet feature for iOS. Sometimes 280 characters aren’t enough to express a thought and some of them get lost in translation, according to the company. The voice-based tweets would bring more human touch to the tweets and let users voice their thoughts.
The new voice-based tweet feature allows users to post an audio clip of up to 2 minutes and 20 seconds for every single tweet. If the message reported is longer than the allocated time, it will be automatically split into threaded messages of up to 25 tweets.
So if you’re looking forward to testing this new voice-based tweet feature, follow our step-by-step guide:
- An Apple device with the latest version of iOS installed in it
- The latest version of the Twitter app
- Working internet connection
Steps to post voice-based tweets
- Open Twitter app on your iPhone
- Tap the Tweet compose icon
- Tap the voice icon
- Tap the red record button to begin recording your message
- Then tap Done when you’re finished