Twitter announced Tuesday removing a feature from its live broadcasts tool in service of making your video broadcast quality better.
Currently, you aren’t able to invite guests to join you in a broadcast via audio ahead of going live. That feature was added in March 2020, The Verge reported.
As of today we’re removing the option to invite guests when you go live, so we can improve your video broadcast quality. 🎥
Your viewers can still interact with you through chat and hearts. https://t.co/bymoq55VIy
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) October 5, 2021
When you go live, your broadcast will just feature you and whoever else happens to be in the frame, though people can still post in the chat or tap to add a heart to interact with you while you’re broadcasting.
On Monday, Twitter was extremely delighted with the global outage at Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp has sent people to its app.
The platform appeared to enjoy the new attention as he welcome the newcomers with a sweet, yet teasing message. “hello literally everyone,” it posted from its Twitter account.
“Twitter records highest number of people on its platform at the one time,” the Spectator Index tweeted.