This first half of the year has been, as far as social networks are concerned, the moment in which practically all the large companies in the sector insisted on imitating Clubhouse, that application that with an invitation-only access strategy, has conquered the heart of live podcasters. Although Twitter is betting heavily on its spaces, which are clones from top to bottom. The fact is that this function of spaces has already been with us for a few days, which has served to see how chat rooms proliferate on the most varied topics. Which we have been able to enjoy thanks to the Twitter apps for Android and iOS in a fast and easy way. So the question is obvious, was it necessary to open the rooms and give them maximum functionality beyond the realm of our touch screens? Jack Dorsey’s have thought so. From Chrome and sitting in front of the computer, Twitter has wanted to go a step further and extend those spaces within the scope of our desktop browser, so it seems to have started some tests to see how they work. This has been confirmed by the developer Nima Owij, who has published an image capture on his official account on the social network in which you can see how he has created a chat room through Chrome. As a test and to test that all the functions are available. His message is very clear, “Would you like to be able to speak when you join a Twitter Space using the web application? Twitter is working on that!”, So it is clear that soon we could join existing rooms, or sponsor one together with other friends or contacts without having to hold our mobile phone to talk and listen to what is being said. Remember that until now, those spaces were accessible through the web just to listen. That is, it was possible to see the rooms that were open through Chrome and join, but never as participants giving our opinion in person and, much less, as hosts. In this way, what was discovered by that programmer confirms that what they are doing from Twitter is to finish a job that they left halfway a couple of months ago, when these meeting spaces were released on the bird’s social network with their first versions preliminaries.