Twitter introduced the voice tweets last year to allow its user tweet in theor own voide. Voice tweets lets you post your tweets instantly without typing anything. Text tweets can also be added as follow-ups once you have posted your initial voice tweet. This will improve the overall experience for the users as well as the followers who can listen to the tweets posted on the platform instead of reading the messages.
Voice tweets are limited to iOS users since it’s launch in June 2020. This means only the users with Apple devices can use this feature. However, people on Android, desktop and any platform other than iOS can listen to the voice tweet posted by iOS users. If you are an iOS user and have got the Twitter app and thinking about posting a voice tweet you are required to follow these steps.
How to use voice tweets on Twitter:
Twitter allows you to post a voice tweet of 2 minutes and 20 seconds. If your voice tweet is longer than 2 minutes and 20 seconds, your tweet will automatically be threaded up to 25 tweets. For posting a voice tweet you are required to follow these steps.
- First of all, open Twitter app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Now you need to tap on the compose icon located at the bottom right corner.
- Now tap on ‘wavelength’ voice tweet icon available above the keyboard. This will start recording your message.
- When you are done with your voice message, tap Done.
You can add the follow up tweets in the text form to your voice tweet. It must ne noted that you can not post a reply in voice tweet form. You can record your voice tweet only as an original tweet. You are also not allowed to upload any audio file as your voice tweet on its platform.