Last week, Twitter introduced the ability to integrate a new co-host feature into Spaces, allowing hosts to add up to two co-hosts. The feature lets designated co-hosts not only take part in speaking in the room but also help in moderating and managing the Spaces room.
Today, a new Tweet sent out by Steve Moser has revealed that Twitter is now working on bringing Apple and Google calendar integration for scheduled Twitter Spaces. “The upcoming Space was added to your calendar,” he tweeted.
— Steve Moser (@SteveMoser)
Along with the introduction of co-hosts, Twitter has also recently expanded the limitations of each Spaces room. Participants can now include up to a single host, two co-hosts, and 10 speakers all at the same time. Previously, a Twitter Spaces room was capped at 10 participants in total.