Voice calls are gaining more and more traffic through the use of instant call apps, and of course at the expense of writing texts. It does not matter if it is WhatsApp, Meet or Messenger. All of these types of apps offer the option of voice calling, and quite freely.
Now it turns out that Twitter is also on track to try this upheaval again, apparently. The company has previously discussed the possibility of incorporating voice calls into its service, and has even tried in the past to do so in the rather unsuccessful flurry of each user’s mainstream flow, but this has not been done satisfactorily and has even led to many complaints.
This time the company intends to offer the option of voice call in direct messages, messages sent in person from one user to another defined user. Product Manager for Direct Twitter Conversations, Alex Ackerman Greenberg , even confirmed this. “We know people want more options for how they express themselves in Twitter conversations – publicly and privately,” he said.
Twitter has announced that it will begin testing in Brazil in the near future, but it turns out that in practice the experiment has already begun. Those participating in the experiment were even notified that using the new feature could reveal their location. It was also revealed that there will be a button in the interface to hear the message before sending it to the other party.