August 13, 2022
Clubhouse now lets users listen to conversations on the platform without logging in

Popular social audio chat app Clubhouse on Friday announced that it is now allowing anyone to listen to conversations happening on the platform via the web. The experience is initially rolling out to Clubhouse users in the US and will work for both Replay and Live Rooms with Replay enabled. It does not require listeners to install the Clubhouse app on their devices or sign in to the platform. Separately, Clubhouse is bringing users the option to share participating sessions on the app via any social media network or messaging app.

Since its launch in March 2020, Clubhouse has required users to sign in to participate in conversations on the platform. The app initially started its journey as an invitation only solution. However, it is making changes to the existing model Start of ‘Web Listening’ Which allows people to listen in on conversations taking place in clubhouse rooms using their phones or laptops, without the need to download an app or log in.

To allow users to listen to their content using a web browser, creators will need to enable replay in their virtual rooms. The replay feature has been designed in such a way that users can later listen to the recording of the live conversation on the app.

Clubhouse notes that ‘Web Listening’ is starting out as an experiment, meaning you may see some bugs in the early stages. Also, the experience is currently limited to the US, although the team is set to expand it over time to more countries – and more room types.

In November, Twitter took a similar step and allowed users without an account to listen in on conversations taking place through its audio-only feature space.

As well as giving you the ability to listen to conversations via the Web, Clubhouse also enables users to share the conversation via social networks or copy its links to share via messaging apps. Dedicated share via… And copy Link The options appear once you tap share Press the button in a room so you can share the special conversation with a larger audience.

there is also a share on clubhouse Option that you can use to share virtual room with your followers on the app. You can also add a comment with access to the room when you select the option in question.

Clubhouse is also launching share and clip counts at the bottom of the room to let creators know how often their rooms are being shared. The company said that it also brings a new Room Insights page where creators will get to know more in the future.

The updated sharing experience on Clubhouse starts rolling out this week for both Android and iOS users.

Overall, with the new features Clubhouse attempts to go beyond its app and make conversations on the platform more widely accessible. However, it seems to have lost some steam given that it was gathered in the rooms of the clubhouse, with celebrities including Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg attending. App is also done Criticized for poor moderation practices And a Growing number of adult rooms,

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