How to Send Voice Tweets from iPhone

Twitter is one of the most popular social networking platforms among all of its users. It has become that trending social networking site now that is used by a lot of people and especially celebrities. It is a slightly different platform from other social networking websites. This networking platform always keeps on introducing some new features to provide the ultimate experience to its users. Recently, it has launched its new feature that enables its users to turn their lists into multiple timelines. And now, it has come up with a unique feature that is specifically added for the users of iOS devices. This new feature is known by the name of Voice Tweet that enables the users of iOS devices to make and post the voice tweets on the platform. Do you also own an iOS device? Want to know how to enable and use this feature on your device? If yes, then don’t worry. We have got you covered. In our following report, today we are going to let you know the ways through which you can enable this special feature on your device to make the voice tweets on Twitter. Please read the full article to get the method to do so.

How to Send the Voice Tweets on Twitter

Sometimes, it seems that saying what we want to say is more comfortable than typing our whole message. And texting comes with a problem. It loses the tone of our message that might create confusion sometimes. For instance, if we make a joke, it might not land well. Because, in texting, everything seems serious. And typing consumed time as well. Earlier, Twitter was just a text-based service that has now developed itself enough in all these years. From the ability to post GIFs, photos, and videos, it has given more flexible access to its users now. And now, it has got that incredible feature that we all might be hoping for. Yes, you can now post your voice Tweets on the service. This feature will make you more expressive.

The tweets that you will record and post on the platform will appear like the usual tweets in your followers’ timeline and will appear alongside the text tweets. You can record your voice tweet notes that can last up to 140 seconds (or 20 minutes and 20 seconds). And if the voice notes that you record crosses the time limit, then the app will split the recording into a new voice note stringing together. Right now, the feature is available to the iOS device users only. We don’t have any information regarding the availability of this feature on the Android and desktops. So, if you want to use this feature of Twitter on your iPhone, you can do that by following the method that we have described in this article. Now, without holding any more, let’s go through the procedure of doing so.

The Steps to Record Voice Notes on Twitter

You can easily record and post tweets on Twitter. The procedure includes some simple steps that can be followed by any of the iOS device users. To enable and use this feature on your iOS device, make sure to update the application. Take a look at the below-mentioned steps:

  • To get started with using the voice tweet feature, open the Twitter app on your iOS device. But before that, make sure that you are on an updated version of the app.
  • As this feature is available to a limited number of users, if you are one of them, then you will see a new purple coloured icon that looks like the wavelengths placed next to the camera icon. Tap on that icon.
  • Now, to start recording your voice note, tap on the red microphone icon that should be placed over the photo of your profile image.
  • Once you are done recording your message, tap on the option of “Done” that should be placed in the top right corner of your screen.
  • You can even add texts, GIFs, photos, videos, or location to your voice note to finalize the message that you want to post.
  • Now, tap on the option of “Tweet” to post your voice message.
  • If you’re going to listen to your tweets or someone else’s tweets, just tap on the image in the timeline.
  • On your iPhone, the video will display on a new window, so that you can scroll through the other tweets while listening.
  • Twitter also acclaims that you can listen to the voice notes on the application while performing other functions on your phone like responding to any messages, checking your emails, scrolling through the news feed, and all other such tasks.

So, this was the procedure for using the feature of Voice Tweet on your iPhone. If you see this feature on the app, try it now. And if not, then you might have to wait for some time until this feature is publicly available.

Arya Stark is a Directory expert and has been working in the technology industry since 2003. As a technical expert, Arya has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as Worlds Directory.

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