The social network announced the updates on its official Spaces Twitter account on Thursday, according to The Verge. The changes mean a Space can have one host, two co-hosts, and 10 active speakers for a total of 13 participants, whereas previously, you could only have 10 total.
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With this new update, co-hosts have most of the same privileges and the primary host, including speaking, inviting members to talk, pin Tweets, and remove people from a Space. However, The Verge notes that the main host still has control over a Twitter Space and is the only one who can invite or remove co-hosts as well as end the room.