Clubhouse deploys support for Web listening, marketing and advertising news, AND BrandEquity

According to Engadget, users living in the United States can listen to reruns and live rooms with reruns enabled using a web browser. (Image courtesy: iStock)

Social audio platform Clubhouse has announced that it is rolling out web listening support on its platform.

According to Engadget, users living in the United States can listen to reruns and live rooms with reruns enabled using a web browser.

Clubhouse notes that the feature is experimental, so users can expect bugs. However, the company said it would roll out to other countries if people found it “useful.”

Likewise, it will consider supporting more room types and other parts of the Clubhouse experience over time, according to the report.

In addition, the company updates its action sheet. When users are in a room, they can press the Share button, located at the bottom of the interface, to post a link to a session through Clubhouse.

When users choose the first option, they can add a comment to describe the part. If this is a live room, subscribers will receive a notification so they can join.

The platform, which has seen strong growth momentum in the Indian market, has also deployed a user replay feature that allows users to listen to conversations from the room once it is over.

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