If you have the Twitter app and are wondering how you can post voice tweets, then you can follow these easy steps. You can also add follow-up Tweets in text to your Voice Tweets.
Twitter Voice Tweets
Twitter introduced Voice Tweet on its platform last year so that users can tweet with their voice. It helps to quickly post tweets on Twitter, without having to type the content into text. You can also add your text Tweets as follow-ups after you’ve posted your initial Voice Tweet. This not only enhances the content experience for the tweeting users but also for their followers as they will be able to listen to the tweets posted on the platform instead of just reading their messages.
Voice Tweets also bring a personal touch to Twitter as people are able to post updates on the microblogging network using their voices. Voice tweeting on Twitter has been restricted to iOS users since its launch in June last year. This means that only the Twitter for iOS app has the ability to record and post your voice Tweets. However, people on desktop, Android and other platforms other than iOS also have the ability to play voice tweets posted by iOS users.
The company has also recently added the option of providing auto-generated transcripts. If you have the Twitter app on your iPhone or iPad and are wondering how you can post a voice tweet, follow these simple steps.
How to Use Voice Tweets on Twitter
Before we move on to how you can use Voice Tweets on Twitter, it’s important to note that you can record up to two minutes and 20 seconds for each individual Voice Tweet. If your message is longer than the given time limit, your message will automatically be threaded up to 25 Tweets.
- Open the Twitter app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Tap on Tweet Compose icon from the bottom right.
- Now, hit the ‘Wavelength’ voice tweet icon available above the keyboard. This will start recording your message.
- When you’ve finished your message, tap .
You can add follow-up Tweets in text to your Voice Tweets. However, it is worth noting here that you cannot post audio Tweets through the Reply and Quote Tweet features. You can only record your Voice Tweets as Original Tweets. Twitter does not allow users to directly upload any audio file as a voice tweet on its platform.
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