To record a VoiceByte press the microphone icon in the record screen. As soon as you hit the button you’re recording! You can record for 15 seconds.
You then add a clip title and a photo if you want and choose your sharing option. If no sharing option is selected, the broadcast will be sent to the VoiceByte broadcast feed only.
To reply to a VoiceByte in the broadcast tab or VoiceBox press the reply icon to the right of the player.
The reply recorder will appear and you can record your reply. Replies are 5 seconds long.
To delete a VoiceByte, simply swipe left or right on the row of your VoiceByte and a garbage bin will appear.
Press the garbage bin and the VoiceByte will be deleted.
In the share options of the record screen, select the person icon on the right of the screen (the share icon on the far right).
You will then be shown a list of users you can select to send private VoiceBytes to.
To send private VoiceBytes, each user must be listening to each other.
All private VoiceBytes can be accessed in the VoiceBox tab.
If you delete a private VoiceByte that you’ve sent, it will be removed from every person’s device and will no longer be available to listen to.
Go to the profile screen and select the edit icon. Here you can change your profile picture and add some more information about yourself.
Once you have made your changes press save and your profile will be updated.
To search for friends, press the search icon in the right corner of the top navigation bar.
You will have a number of options with your search:
Clip titles let your listeners know there is VoiceByte content that is interesting and worth listening to. A great clip title will have enough information in it to let your listeners know what the broadcast is about. Using words like “Listen”, “Hear” and “Talk” in your clip title is a great way to alert your listeners that there is content that must be heard, not read. Also, the use of #tags and Twitter handles will help you reach a bigger audience.
There are lots of occasions to capture great VoiceByte audio content. Sporting events, concerts, tourist attractions and parties are just some of the places to broadcast great moments to friends and family.
Social media is driven by people wanting to share and consume information. If you are an expert in a chosen field, sharing tips using VoiceByte is a great way of making an impact across all the social networks.
Attaching a photo to your VoiceByte adds another dimension to photo sharing as you can talk about who is in the photo and capture the atmosphere. Use the #tag #audiophoto in your clip title which will let your listeners know you’re sharing a photo that has sound.