Twitter has rolled out an automated captions update to its voice tweets, a year after it was launched. Earlier, Twitter was criticized for launching voice tweets without the captions. The company said that it is carrying out subtitles for voice Tweets to improve its openness highlights. Twitter has been making a great deal of changes in its application.
When you make a voice tweet (something you can just do on the iOS this moment), subtitles will be naturally created in upheld dialects, which are English, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish, Arabic, Hindi, French, Indonesian, Korean, and Italian. Nonetheless, Twitter takes note of that since it utilizes your device’s language settings as the reason for the record, the component will not work precisely if your device is set to one language however you’re talking in another. You can see the subtitles on a voice tweet by clicking the CC option in the upper right corner of the tweet window.
“Though it’s still early and we know it won’t be perfect at first, it’s one of many steps we’re taking to expand and strengthen accessibility across our service, and we look forward to continuing our journey to create a truly inclusive service.” Twitter’s head of global accessibility Gurpreet Kaur said in a statement.
This feature is live now, so the subtitles may be accessible on new voice tweets. You can not see subtitles in your previous tweets. The Verge report also states that Twitter will likewise carry out subtitles for Twitter Spaces, similar to clubhouse’s audio rooms. In any case, Twitter spaces has also many users, so it is hard to sort out how the whole thing will work out.