Periscope's newest update comes with the ability to allow you to share your broadcast with guests, allowing them to join in smoothly.
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Guests can now join live Periscope broadcastsIn case you've forgotten about it, Periscope is Twitter's somewhat-unpopular streaming platform designed for use on iOS and Android devices. There haven't been any major feature additions in well over a year, but that changes today. Periscope users can now invite guests onto their streams, similar to what Instagram added in 2017.
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Periscope lets broadcasters open their streams to guests"With this launch, we're enabling richer conversations by allowing viewers to call in, like a talk show, and join with their voice," Kayvon Beykpour, Twitter's head of product, said in a statement to Engadget. "This makes live conversations even more fluid, and allows for new possibilities and ways people can have conversations."
Twitter now lets you invite guests into Periscope live streamsTwitter today added a new feature to its Periscope live-streaming app that it says users have been asking about for years: the ability to invite guests onto a live recording. The new feature is designed to let streamers bring in audience members, while the Periscope app will then broadcast audio from that person to everyone else in the stream.