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Twitter finds its voice : Naming Twitter’s voice Tweets feature

From breaking news from journalists to stories of toddlers getting into mischief, Twitter is one of the biggest platforms for people to write about what’s happening in the world around them. Now, with Twitter’s newest voice Tweet feature, you can speak your tweet. Many users have already found fun and creative ways to utilize voice Tweets – John Legend released a clip of his new song while Lil Nas X trolled his followers. With 140 seconds to record your message, your voice Tweet can easily convey more meaning than a 280 character tweet. With the new addition, Twitter hopes to bring more human connections to its users.

 

Time to chirp up PopNamers! Although presently known as voice Tweets, we think this audio feature name could use a remix. What should we call Twitter’s new voice Tweet?

 

 

 

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