Twitter launches Voice Messages with DMs in India, Brazil, and Japan

Twitter launches Voice Messages with DMs in India, Brazil, and Japan

American social network organization Twitter has acquainted voice messages with direct messages as another feature for clients in India, Brazil, and Japan.

The new feature permits clients to send a voice DM (Direct Message) or a voice clasp to the Twitter contact, as per The Verge.

According to a Twitter report, this component will be dispatched in a coordinated manner, so it is possible that a portion of the clients will not see the element show up right away. The miniature publishing content to a blog clients can send up to 140 seconds long voice messages in private talks. This part is as of now being tried in India, Brazil, and Japan and will be open for the two iOS and Android clients.

The Verge detailed that to use this new component, a client needs to just open the chatbox of the concerned contact, tap on the voice symbol put in the base right corner and start recording. When a client has recorded the voice message, he ought to next tap on the plug symbol to wrap up.

The client in like manner will have the option in contrast to hearing the sound preceding sending and eradicating it. After the endorsement, the last advance will be to tap on the send symbol to send it.

Manish Maheshwari, overseeing overseer of Twitter India, upon the declaration of the component, said, “India is a priority market for Twitter and that is why we’re constantly testing new features and learning from people’s experience on the service here.”

Adding to this very aspect, Alex Ackerman-Greenberg, product manager for direct messages at Twitter, added, “We hope letting people record and send voice messages as DMs will enhance their conversational experience by adding convenience and expression.”

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