Twitter has been testing a new audio-only streaming feature through its Periscope platform for a few weeks, and it is now announcing that the feature is now Antarctica Email List to the public. Twitter’s live audio streaming is available to all iOS users of the main Twitter app and its Periscope live video app . Twitter is therefore launching a new feature that allows users to create live audio-only broadcasts. Now, instead of only having the option to record video after tapping on the “Live” icon, there will be a button you can tap to choose to stream audio-only. but Microsoft has the means to impose itself on VSEs / SMEs in other sectors.
However, Twitter did not provide any date for Android users. But, while these Android users will not be among those who can record and share audio-only broadcasts, all Twitter users on all platforms will be able to see the recordings available in their News Feed. and listen to them . s the official Twitter Tweet says above: Sometimes you just want to talk, without using the camera. We’re launching audio-only streaming, so your subscribers can listen, but not see you. This could allow people to share live news on Twitter of an audio-only nature, record shareable live mini-podcasts, It is now accessible to small and medium-sized businesses, up to 300 employees.
How do I share a live audio broadcast on Twitter?
or post something to their followers that take more than 280 characters to explain. Similar to live video, audio broadcasters will be able to view their Twitter statistics, such as the number of live viewers, viewers, time watched, and other metrics. You tap on the icon for entering or creating the Tweet. There you will see a new “Microphone” icon which you tap to toggle on or off the “Stream audio-only” option . You enter a message ( What’s New) describing what you’re going to talk about in your audio broadcast. You then click on the red button “Go live” . And let’s go for the live comments! To stop the live stream, you tap on “Stop broadcasting” .
Your live audio or live podcast behaves like a Tweet. This means that it can be searched in the Twitter app and on the Twitter website and that it can be embedded on other sites, just like a Tweet. It will be featured and can also be found on Periscope, the Twitter application that enables live video streaming on Twitter. This means that Periscope will now have a live audio section. Your live audio can be discovered and listened to in the news feed. And all users ( not just your followers ) can listen to your live podcasts and replays from any Twitter user. Microsoft had mentioned the free version of Teams this summer.
Live Twitter podcast works just like the live Twitter video
Complete messaging integrated with Microsoft tools Many organizations (especially in the digital sector) have adopted Slack for several years. Microsoft was clearly inspired by its competitor to design Teams, its own messaging system. The two interfaces are similar and the features of Teams are reminiscent of those of Slack: written exchanges, with others or in private, document sharing, videoconferencing, accessibility on desktop and on mobile thanks to iOS and Android applications. A free version accessible to SMEs, up to 300 employees On the pricing side, Slack prefers to restrict its features in the free version; but the number of users is not limited. Microsoft opts here for another strategy,
since the free version of Microsoft Teams is limited to 300 users from the same company. The tool will therefore be particularly suitable for VSEs and SMEs, who will be able to choose a paid package beyond this user threshold. Note that organizations subscribed to Microsoft 365 already have access to Teams, at no additional cost. To this day, it’s difficult to compare the popularity of Slack to Teams because the two tools don’t communicate on the same data. Microsoft Teams would be “acclaimed by 200,000 organizations”, while 8 million people would have opted for Slack. Slack undoubtedly dominates Teams in digital companies,