What is Clubhouse All About?

Few months ago Twitter made news for rolling out a voice tweet feature that allowed users to record and post messages. But fortunately for its users,another fast rising social network Clubhouse has been on the trend and also seeking to have the last word in the world of voice-driven social media.

Users around the world are of the view that Clubhouse can become prodigious overnight.It is for this reason we write about what Clubhouse is all about.

What is Clubhouse?

Clubhouse is a new type of network based on voice. When you open the app you can see “rooms” full of people talking—all open so you can hop in and out, exploring different conversations. You enter each room as an audience member, but if you want to talk you just raise your hand, and the speakers can choose to invite you up. Or you can create a room of your own. It’s a place to meet with friends and with new people around the world—to tell stories, ask questions, debate, learn, and have impromptu conversations on thousands of different topics.

So its however,more like a social media platform that allows you to listen in to experts talk on various subjects in real time (and often get to ask questions of them too). Most are structured as a live podcast with Q&A. But like a podcast or Instagram account, anyone can jump on and host a conversation.It’s still in beta, which means only for iPhone users at this point.Why?..This is because features to handle large amount of people are yet to be built.Therefore the only means to ensure that the app functions well is to limit the amount of users who can join every week by virtual invites only.Its also important to note that Clubhouse is voice only so you don’t have to worry about putting on makeup before you join .You also have no reason to worry about where you are, and what you are wearing,all you need to do is to just ‘Talk”.

Another thing you need to know about Clubhouse is that, Instead of typing something and hitting Send, you’re engaged in a back-and-forth dialogue with others.Something i believe will give us the opportunity to build more empathy and robust connections with people.

One of the main ways Clubhouse has been able to make a splash quickly is by getting A- listers in myriad fields to try it. Oprah is perhaps the most famous person to have been seen on Clubhouse. Movie stars like Kevin Hart, Chris Rock, and Jared Leto have also been spotted on it, CNBC reported.

Unlike most social media apps where you can get caught up on the day’s news after the fact, Clubhouse is one where you’ve got to be there to avoid missing out. None of the conversations are recorded, and transcripts are not made available after the fact.

“It’s all ephemeral,” Clubhouse member Meltem Demirors told the Wall Street Journal. “It creates this cool urgency.”

Few months ago Twitter made news for rolling out a voice tweet feature that allowed users to record and post messages. But fortunately for its users,another fast rising social network Clubhouse has been on the trend and also seeking to have the last word in the world of voice-driven social media.

Users around the world are of the view that Clubhouse can become prodigious overnight.It is for this reason we write about what Clubhouse is all about.

What is Clubhouse?

Clubhouse is a new type of network based on voice. When you open the app you can see “rooms” full of people talking—all open so you can hop in and out, exploring different conversations. You enter each room as an audience member, but if you want to talk you just raise your hand, and the speakers can choose to invite you up. Or you can create a room of your own. It’s a place to meet with friends and with new people around the world—to tell stories, ask questions, debate, learn, and have impromptu conversations on thousands of different topics.

So its however,more like a social media platform that allows you to listen in to experts talk on various subjects in real time (and often get to ask questions of them too). Most are structured as a live podcast with Q&A. But like a podcast or Instagram account, anyone can jump on and host a conversation.It’s still in beta, which means only for iPhone users at this point.Why?..This is because features to handle large amount of people are yet to be built.Therefore the only means to ensure that the app functions well is to limit the amount of users who can join every week by virtual invites only.Its also important to note that Clubhouse is voice only so you don’t have to worry about putting on makeup before you join .You also have no reason to worry about where you are, and what you are wearing,all you need to do is to just ‘Talk”.

Another thing you need to know about Clubhouse is that, Instead of typing something and hitting Send, you’re engaged in a back-and-forth dialogue with others.Something i believe will give us the opportunity to build more empathy and robust connections with people.

One of the main ways Clubhouse has been able to make a splash quickly is by getting A- listers in myriad fields to try it. Oprah is perhaps the most famous person to have been seen on Clubhouse. Movie stars like Kevin Hart, Chris Rock, and Jared Leto have also been spotted on it, CNBC reported.

Unlike most social media apps where you can get caught up on the day’s news after the fact, Clubhouse is one where you’ve got to be there to avoid missing out. None of the conversations are recorded, and transcripts are not made available after the fact.

“It’s all ephemeral,” Clubhouse member Meltem Demirors told the Wall Street Journal. “It creates this cool urgency.”

This both encourages people to spend time on the app, and also makes time spent on Clubhouse feel more like a face-to-face conversation offline.

This both encourages people to spend time on the app, and also makes time spent on Clubhouse feel more like a face-to-face conversation offline.

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