Twitter allows all users to record ‘spaces’

The recording will be available for the public to playback for up to 30-days.
0:51 | 01/14/22

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[MUSIC PLAYING] - In today's Tech Bytes, Twitter is now letting all users record Spaces. The record feature was initially available to a limited number of hosts. Now anyone using iOS or Android to set up a Space can choose to record it. And it will be available for the public to play back for 30 days. Instacart is expanding its ordering options. The grocery delivery service just opened its Ready Meals hub, allowing users to order hot and premade meals from a local grocer. It involves partnerships with a growing list of grocery chains. Deliveries are set to arrive in as little as 30 minutes. Finally, if you thought the Baby Shark phenomenon would be a passing fad, think again. The video just made history as the first on YouTube to hit 10 billion views. And even Nickelodeon is working on a Baby Shark movie. I guess you could say Baby Shark is now a star fish. Those are your Tech Bytes. Have a great day.

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