In recent news, Twitter has created a new tab that is completely dedicated to the Spaces feature. This was first spotted by App researcher Jan Manchun Wong who noticed this right between the ‘explore’ section and the notifications tab.
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) June 2, 2021
However, Twitter made it official that the new tab is visible to limited users i.e. about nearly 500 users. It seems like this is a way for Twitter to make the feature more accessible for users. A Twitter spokesperson highlighted that the current version of the feature will include more details such as the names of hosts and participants in each card.
new feature alert 🎉 we want to make it as simple as possible to join the best, most relevant audio conversations every time you open Twitter. starting today, we will be testing a new way to find Spaces––we're adding a tab! pic.twitter.com/BJ5WoJB6wE
— Spaces (@TwitterSpaces) June 3, 2021
This new section will most probably eliminate the major confusion between Fleets and Spaces and scrolling will become much easier.