Clubhouse has announced the launch of a new ‘Replays’ feature on iOS and Android, letting creators download audio, and more.
Another week – another feature on Clubhouse! The live audio chat app has launched a new feature called Replays, optional for creators to toggle on or off in any public room.
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Replays are available on iOS and Android and allows creators to replay the entire audio chat experience whenever they like, without missing out on anything.
the best of live ✨ but later!
Replays are here and they're so much more than just a recording. Creators can download audio, and when you listen on Clubhouse, you'll see all the dynamics of the stage, PTRs, *and* hop from speaker to speaker.
live now on iOS & Android 💖 pic.twitter.com/zDtenNy60c
— Clubhouse (@Clubhouse) November 8, 2021
Clubhouse describes Replays as a “live, but later” experience that includes four “special features.”
Pin links to any segment
With Replays, Pinned Links remain fully interactive. Clubhouse launched Pinned Links a few weeks ago to let room moderators pin a link to the top of the room and go changing it as the conversation evolves.
Creators can use the feature to play games, send shout-outs to their sponsors, link to polls and surveys, share products, host fundraisers, sell tickets to a real-life event, and gain subscribers for their podcasts or newsletters.
Skip to the next speaker
The ability to skip to the next speaker will let people tap through to their favorite people in a room and personalize their experience on the parts they are most interested in, as well as pause, play, scrub, clip, and listen at 1.5x or 2x the speed.
See who’s joining
As opposed to podcasts, Clubhouse rooms see community integration as key. According to the platform, users want to see if friends are around and care about who is listening. With Replays, it’s no different, as creators will still be able to see the people in the room even after it has gone live, and connect with them.
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Room creators will have the ability to download the audio so they can edit it and use it as a podcast, a clip on YouTube, an Instagram story, a TikTok video, an embed in their article or newsletter, or anywhere else.
The replay will also be optionally discoverable within Clubhouse from club pages, speakers’ profiles, searches, and more.
Finally, Replays is introducing the possibility to visualize a chat’s Total Attendee Count.
Room creators can now see cumulative counts of all the people who came through a room. And in the months ahead, Clubhouse will also be introducing additional analytics features.
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