Elon Musk goes live on ‘X’, introduces the feature with a bizarre video of himself doing biceps curls in office. Watch
Now people can live stream any video on social media platform X, earlier known as Twitter. Owner Elon Musk, in his live stream session, was seen performing biceps curls in a meeting room
X owner Elon Musk was seen in a strange and slightly chaotic live video on the platform on Friday. In the live streamed video, Elon Musk could be seen doing biceps curls to entertain his colleagues.
To what seemed lika a bizarre video of the X founder, was actually a trial of the live video feature of Twitter. In the video, Musk could also be seen asking people weather he was live or not and asked for clarity from the room to see if its working or not. After getting confirmation he turned the camera around to show people sitting at a meeting table.
At the end of the video, Musk clarified said “looks like our video features are working". He ended the Twitter live video session by saying, “Thanks for the test".
With this, it was clear that it was a test of Twitter's live video feature. After testing the feature, Elon Musk posted that “Live video now works reasonably well".
Within 18 hours, the announcement of the micro-blogging site's live session garnered more than 88,100 likes and 11,700 retweets.
How to use X's live streaming feature
If you are planning to use the micro-blogging site's new feature, follow the below given steps to go live on X:
-Open the X application on your phone and tap on the camera icon, placed on the composer
-Tap on the live option. You can also enter the details and location from of live streaming.
-Afterwards, click on ‘Go Live’ to start you live streaming session.
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