Elon Musk’s ex introduces audio and video calling feature

x (formerly known as Twitter) is getting closer to becoming the “everything app” as it officially launches Audio and video calling support is rolling out On microblogging platform.

Elon Musk’s ex introduces audio and video calling feature

Elon Musk's ex introduces audio and video calling feature


X K. CTO and owner Elon Musk, who had long been teasing this feature, also came on stage and declared it as “early versions of video and audio calling”.

x also wrote On their website, “We are releasing a new way of communicating on X, audio and video calling. Audio and video calling is now available on iOS and will be available on Android soon.”

While all accounts can receive calls, Only X Premium (Twitter Blue) users using an iOS device can make audio and video calls, One can control who can call them from the direct message settings.

By default, users will be able to receive calls from accounts they follow or are in their address book, from verified users, or all three. To be able to call another user, both the user and the person they want to call must have exchanged at least one direct message with each other.

How to Make an Audio or Video Call on iOS

  1. pat down envelope icon, you will be directed to your messages,
  2. Tap on an existing DM’s conversation Or start a new conversation,
  3. tap on phone iconAnd from there you can:
  • One. Tap audio call To start an audio call
  • B. Tap Video call To start a video call

Once you initiate a call, the account you called will receive a notification that you are calling them. If they don’t answer it, they will be notified that they have missed a call.

For those unaware, in August, Musk had announced that voice and video calls were in the works in Provides a wide range of services up to Rs. For peer-to-peer payments.

The audio and video calling features will work on iOS, Android, Mac computers, and regular PCs and no phone number is required to use these features.

“X is the effective global address book,” the billionaire said at the time.

Earlier this month, X announced it was testing its New paid subscription service called “Not a Bot” Designed to protect against bots and spammers who attempt to manipulate the platform and disrupt the experience of other X users.

The new paid subscription model will first be available to “new users” in New Zealand and the Philippines for an annual fee of $1 (prices vary by country and currency), which will allow them to perform specific tasks on the web version. Platforms, such as post content, like posts, reply, repost and quote other accounts’ posts, and bookmark posts.

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