Twitter Now Allows You to Send Voice Messages Via DM

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Micro-blogging site Twitter is working on a new feature that lets users share voice messages in Direct Messages. The company said that it is rolling out the feature in India, Brazil, and Japan. The feature will roll out starting today in a phased manner. Voice Messages is an extension to the Voice Tweets feature that the company introduced to a select number of Twitter users last year. Users could voice record a post that is up to 140 seconds long and post it as a tweet. The same applies to voice messages where you can send a 140-second voice note to anyone in DM. Let’s take a look at the voice messages feature being rolled out to Twitter users.

Twitter voice direct messages feature being rolled out to users in India, Brazil, and Japan

Twitter is testing a feature that lets users send voice messages in DM. The company is rolling out the feature in a phased manner. Currently, users in India, Brazil, and Japan will be able to send voice messages in direct messages. Twitter is testing the feature both on iOS and Android.

You can open a direct message or start a new one to send a voice message. Tap on the voice recording icon to start recording your message. Once recorded, tap on the icon again to end. You can listen to the recording before sending it.

Apple iOS users can also press and hold the voice recording button to start recording a message in direct messages. The iOS app also lets users swipe and release the icon and immediately share the voice message.

Currently, users can send a voice message via the iOS and Android app. They can receive and listen to the voice message on the web browser.

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