Twitter company became the new owner of the Squad application, which allows you to show the screen of your device in the process of video calls
Twitter VP Ilya Brown wrote on his social media account that Squad will help Twitter " provide people with new ways to interact, express themselves and participate in public conversations ."
He also noted that the Squad experience will provide a better understanding of how “ people interact in interactive audio and video calls, ” and help speed up the social network to provide users with new creative tools that can be useful in the communication process, which should attract the attention of the audience. ... According to reports, Squad employees will move to work across Twitter.
It's no secret that Twitter is working on integrating various features into the social network that go beyond standard tweets. This is evidenced by the recent launch of the disappearing tweets of Fleets, as well as the announcement of the imminent appearance of chats in the Clubhouse format. Obviously, the purchase of Squad will result in virtual rooms on the social network that visitors can use to make group video calls.