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Twitter to test 140-second long voice messages in DMs in India; How the new feature will work

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New Delhi: Twitter on Wednesday announced it is testing voice messages in direct messages (DMs) up to 140-seconds long in India. The experiment will be rolled out in phases to the audiences, making India one of three countries to have access to the feature, alongside Brazil and Japan.

"We are dedicated to giving people more options to express themselves in conversations on Twitter - both publicly and privately," said Alex Ackerman-Greenberg, Product Manager for direct messages at Twitter.

"We hope letting people record and send voice messages as DMs will enhance their conversational experience by adding convenience and expression," added Ackerman-Greenberg.

According to the company, voice messages in DMs will make it easier for people to have conversations.

Each voice message can be upto 140 seconds long and can help people chat quickly - whether on the move or when there's just too much to type.

This is how the new feature will work.

In a DM conversation, tap the new voice recording icon once to begin recording.

Tap the stop icon when you're done and you'll have the option to listen to your recording before sending or deleting it.

Alternatively, on iOS, you can also quick-send by holding down the voice recording icon and swiping up to send immediately after you're done talking.

Anyone will have the ability to listen to these messages wherever and however they use Twitter, but the ability to record voice messages over DM will be available for people on Twitter for iOS and Android in India, Japan and Brazil.

People will see your voice Tweet appear on their timeline alongside other Tweets.

To listen, tap the image.

(From IANS with edits)

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