witter is a popular social media platform for important conversations and announcements. Most businesses and individuals use Twitter to make announcements and share life updates in its microblogging format. While Twitter allows you to have open conversations via tweets, it also offers direct message (DM) functionality to connect with people more privately. Twitter DMs are often used to connect with business colleagues, share sly memes with friends, or just have a private chat. Recently, Twitter also the ability to send voice messages in DMs.

A little over a month ago, Twitter announced the ability to send and receive voice messages in DMs. This feature is initially rolling out to a handful of markets, India being one of them.

How to send voice messages in Twitter DM

If you’re in India, Brazil, or Japan, you should be able to send voice messages in Direct Messages easily. Twitter announced the feature in February and said it would be rolled out in stages. It appears to only work with the mobile app version of Twitter, you won’t be able to send voice messages via the desktop site. Make sure to install Twitter from the Google Play Store or App Store and sign up to start using the platform. Anyway, follow these simple steps to send a voice message in Twitter DM.

  1. Open Twitterclick DM (envelope) icon in the lower right corner of the tab bar.

  2. click new news The icon is displayed in the lower right corner.

  3. Search for a to send a voice message to. You should be able to send voice messages to any user on Twitter, whether you’re following them or they’re following you, as long as their DMs remain open for communication.

  4. click recording Icons appear at the bottom, next to the text field.

  5. Twitter should ask permission to record audio. enabling the permission, start recording your voice messages. Twitter allows approximately 140 seconds of recording per message.

  6. let go speaking recording button. An audio message should appear in your text field. You can play it once and see how it sounds.if you don’t like it, a Cancel option is also available to discard recorded audio and restart again.

  7. If the recording is OK, click the arrow icon displayed next to the clip to send a voice message. It can also be played sending.


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