Facebook Clubhouse Feature – Facebook is working on a new feature generally termed “Clubhouse” by the public.
What is Clubhouse?
Clubhouse is an audio-only-based social media app, think of it more like a social media app that works only with voices and podcasts. It works like a radio station where users can start a broadcast and invite people to join the audio broadcasts.
However, the audio conversation or broadcast doesn’t leave the app as it cannot be recorded or saved to your device directly. Clubhouse also possesses a monetization feature called Clubhouse Payments that allows its users to send and receive money on the platform. The only fee charged is the transfer processing fees and it’s done by Stripes; Clubhouse app banking partners.
Facebook Clubhouse Feature
Clubhouse app was released in April 2020 and it’s already valued at almost $4 billion probably because of its unique features. If there’s anything Facebook is good at is snatching upcoming social media network’s primary feature and turning it into a peripheral tool of theirs.
Facebook Clubhouse feature is called “Hotline”; a combination of Instagram Live and Clubhouse. Basically, it characterizes Clubhouse features into three modes;
- Live Audio; A live-only audio broadcast to the listeners in your room.
- Audio; Begin a private audio room with friends.
- Video; Start a private video with friends.
The Hotline feature will be more like a Q & A session, enhancing the communication levels between broadcaster(s) and listeners(s).
This Facebook tool is still very much in its testing phase. While we are positive it will be released, Facebook like it many other projects might decide to close the curtains on this one too. On the other hand, The feature might even come out better and differently than speculated.
In recent months, Twitter made efforts to acquire Clubhouse. Sources say the deal was valued at almost $4 billion but surprisingly Twitter backed down. It seems audio-only social media networks are booming in the market and Facebook will certainly want to rush things to release their own version of it.
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