Twitter’s Communities feature, which competes with Facebook Groups and Reddit, is now available to Android users worldwide. Android users can now easily join, request to join or participate in Twitter Communities. In this guide, we are going to look at How to create your own community on Twitter.
What are Communities on Twitter
According to Twitter, Twitter Communities were created to provide people with a dedicated space to connect, share, and get closer to the topics that are important to them.
People on Twitter create and manage communities, with administrators and moderators enforcing Community rules and keeping conversations informative, relevant, and fun. Members are people who accept invitations to join a Community.
Tweets in Communities can be seen by anyone on Twitter, but only those who are part of the Community can engage and participate in the discussion.
How to create Twitter Communities?
As of now, Twitter doesn’t let you directly create a community on Twitter. First of all, you need to submit a community creation request form, and then You must meet their terms (Listed below) to be considered.
- Twitter account must be public (not protected; if an account is protected, moderator privileges are lost). Twitter account must be at least six months old.
- A Twitter account must have either an email address or a phone number that has been verified.
- Two-factor authentication (2FA) must be enabled on your Twitter account at all times.
- The Twitter account must not violate the Twitter Terms of Service or have a history of doing so.
To create a community on Twitter follow the steps below.
- Visit community creation request form on Twitter.
- Add a community description and submit.
- Wait for Twitter’s approval.
So, this is how you can create communities on Twitter as of now. We will update this post when Twitter allows anyone to create communities. For more tutorials click on the links below.