The microblogging site Twitter has been working on one of the most missed features on its platform. They have started testing the voice messages feature in direct messages. Sending voice messages in the DM will be a straightforward task where users will be able to send the messages directly by recording and sending them in DM. This feature is being tested for both Android as well as iOS and will soon be made available for its users.
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The feature is being rolled out in a phased manner to its users in India, Brazil, and Japan starting today. You can directly open a conversation and start by the press and holding the mic button. And similarly to voice tweets, voice messages can also be recorded and sent for up to 140 seconds only.
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