Twitter Rolls Out It’s Stories Feature ‘Fleets’

It seems everyone in the social media is getting the ‘stories’ bug, a feature that originally began on Snapchat has gone on to be adapted by ‘Instagram’ and now Twitter.

Twitter is launching its own version of Stories — aka “Fleets” — to its global user base. The product will allow users to post timed content that disappears in 24 hours. The feature has rolled out to select markets, including Brazil, India, Italy, South Korea, and, most recently, Japan.

According to TechCrunch, Twitter also revealed its plans to test an audio-based social networking feature similar to the controversial app Clubhouse. Like Clubhouse, Twitter’s new audio spaces will allow people to gather for live conversations with another person or a group of people. This is an area that, so far, has faced significant moderation challenges due to the nature of live audio.

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