Twitter has Launched a New Feature of Talking in Space

Twitter has become very popular all over the world. Twitter is the world's second-largest social media and microblogging medium. Recently the microblogging site Twitter introduced the facility to add two co-hosts for users to have conversations in space. 


Co-hosts are able to easily manage requests, invite more speakers, remove participants, and even pin tweets. Twitter recently announced these features of the space team by tweeting.


The host can send invitations for two co-hosts. The table has got bigger: 1 host, 2 co-hosts and 10 speakers. Co-hosts will help the speaker to invite, manage requests, remove participants, pin tweets, and more!


If you have access, you will be able to use this feature on Twitter by long-pressing the compose button on iOS and simply tapping "+" on Android.


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