- Clubhouse is rolling out a feature so users can start “clubs” within the app and without approval.
- A club is an interest-based group that users can join. Their function is to host conversations.
- It’s the biggest new feature in months, as the company has been focused on keeping the app running.
Clubhouse says it’s rolling out a new feature that will let users start their own “clubs,” or interest-based groups that other users can join, from within the app and without the company’s approval. That’s according to Clubhouse cofounder and CEO Paul Davison, who teased the product update in a “town hall” conversation on the app Sunday.
The feature is the biggest update to the app in months, since it opened the door wider for new folks to join the app.
People who are active on the app have been asking Clubhouse to deliver this feature, but the company has been so bogged down just trying to keep the servers running that it hasn’t shipped many product updates, Davison said.
Word abonnee van Business Insider