A few days back, Twitter started rolling out a new feature “Voice Tweet” for users so that can tweet using just their voice. The feature is as of now available only on iOS, but it’ll soon come to Android as well. Now, Twitter has announced captions for voice tweets. You can read these captions on the Twitter web only. So, here’s how you can enable live captions for voice tweets.
Enable Live Captions for Voice Tweets
From now on, Twitter users will be able to enable live captions automatically for their voice tweets. Captions will be available in several languages including English, Hindi, Japanese, Spanish, Arabic, Indonesian, Korean, Italian, and French, etc.
Here’s how you can use live captions on voice tweets:
1. When you go to a voice tweet, you will now see a new CC button on the right-hand corner of the tweet.
2. Simply click that “CC” button to launch captions.
3. Since captions are automatically generated when the voice tweet is recorded s they will start appearing on the screen.
You should note that you can see those captions on the Twitter web as of now. Also, only new voice tweets will be able to get this feature and you can see captions for previously recorded voice tweets.
Voice Tweets are a great way to express feelings on the micro-blogging platform that limits users to 280 characters only for text Tweets. Now adding captions to voice tweets is another step to make this feature more accessible for users. This will help users in listening to the tweet when they cannot turn on the voice for some reason.
So this was all about using Live captions for voice Tweets. Tell us in the comments, if you find this feature useful. For more such tips and tricks, stay tuned!
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