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Twitter Spaces has incorporated the figure of the co-host or co-administrator to help the host of an audio room to moderate the conversation that is taking place, with the possibility of adding up to two of these positions.

The changes introduced this Thursday by Spaces allow a host to invite others two people to help you during the conversation, with its own functions such as inviting speakers, managing questions, eliminating participants or setting ‘tweets’.

Co-hosts will not be able to remove the original host or the other co-host, and they will not be able to invite another co-host or end the broadcast, as seen in the gif shared by the company.

The company has reported in its perfil Twitter Spaces that this change implies a change in the Space (the audio room), since now it is allowed one host or administrator, two co-hosts, and up to ten speakers.



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