Twitter is rolling out a new feature – Super Follows-only Spaces – that will allow creators who offer Super Follows subscriptions to host exclusive Spaces that can only be joined by their subscribers.

The new feature is basically Super Follows and Twitter Spaces smashed together. According to the social media company, it will help creators build their in-app communities.

Twitter has also launched a new promotional campaign for Spaces and Live Audio Chats.

Until now, Super Followers had only one advantage over regular Twitter users – they had access to exclusive tweets of the creators they followed. Now Super Followers will also have a dedicated place only they can attend.

Super Follows-only Spaces is now available on both Android and iOS. Creators can start a private Space by selecting the “Only Super Followers can join” button when starting a new Space. Such Space will be visible to all followers of the creator, but they will not be able to access it unless they subscribe.

This way, exclusive Spaces for Super Follows will act as an extra conversational layer for the biggest supporters of creators.

Twitter Launches Super Follows Paid Subscription
To follow someone, tap the Super Follow button in their account profile. You will see a description of available paid offers and prices. When you follow someone, you will see subscriber-only content in your feed.

Twitter unveiled Super Follows in 2021. This subscription allows users to subscribe to creators they like for a monthly subscription fee and get access to exclusive content.

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You can purchase a monthly subscription for $2.99, $4.99, or $9.99. To access Super Follows, social media users must have posted at least 25 tweets in the last 30 days, be in the United States, and be of legal age.