In its latest app update, Clubhouse has introduced saved replays – the ability to save audio chats to listen to later.
Clubhouse has added the ability for its users to save Replays of recorded audio chats and listen to them at a later time.
To access the new option, users can tap the three dots menu from the hallway or a live room and save the Replay to listen to later. The new option also offers the possibility to see all Saved Replays via the share icon on their profile.
The option was first spotted by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong, about a month after Clubhouse officially launched its recorded rooms option.
The option to save selected recorded audio to listen to at a later stage, which comes with the audio chat app’s latest update, provides a greater utility and flexibility to the user experience.
Clubhouse is working on the ability to save replays pic.twitter.com/gjdIDjiC91
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) December 22, 2021
Clubhouse has also unveiled its new app icon, which has been taken over by the most followed streaming influencer in the UK, Abraxas Higgins.
Higgins went from Wall Street banker to music marketing strategist to audio influencer. He hosts the 9AM in London show on the platform.
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