Following the recent Clubhouse boom, Twitter brought its “Spaces” feature to iOS and later, Android. Now, they’re looking to take it another step forward. According to a report from The Verge, the app’s new feature is expected to come to a web browser near you in the future.
“Twitter is working on Twitter Spaces preview cards for the web app,” tech journalist Jane Manchun Wong tweeted.
“Twitter Space preview cards [made] for web [browsers] also work on the mobile web app. [I’ve] been seeing news reports that specify Spaces is coming to desktop web, but I think if it works on the desktop web, it’ll work on the mobile web too.”
Adding to reports, a Twitter developer tweeted out a picture of what the web browser interference may look like. Similar to the mobile interface, users can see who’s speaking, who’s listening and the name of the space.[I’m] trying out this new work in public thing. Here are some examples for the entry point to spaces on web Twitter Spaces,” a Twitter developer tweeted.
While it is clear that Twitter is working on this feature, it is unclear when it will be available.