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Clubhouse is a social networking platform that focuses on audio-based conversations. It provides users with a unique and real-time audio experience, where they can join virtual rooms to discuss topics, listen to speakers, and participate in conversations. Here are some key features and aspects of Clubhouse:

  1. Audio Rooms: Clubhouse primarily revolves around audio rooms where users can host discussions, interviews, panels, or simply engage in conversations with others. Each room has a moderator or host who controls the conversation.
  2. Club Creation: Users can create and manage their own clubs, which are groups of users interested in specific topics. Clubs can host recurring rooms and discussions related to their chosen themes.
  3. Invitation-Only: As of my last knowledge update in September 2021, Clubhouse was an invitation-only platform. Users typically received invites from existing users or were put on a waiting list.
  4. Speakers and Listeners: In a room, there are typically speakers (hosts and invited panelists) who lead the discussion, while others are listeners who can tune in to the conversation. Listeners can also “raise their hand” to request to speak.
  5. Follow and Notifications: Users can follow other users and receive notifications when they start a room or join one. This helps users discover interesting conversations and speakers.
  6. Topics and Interests: Clubhouse allows users to explore and join rooms based on their interests, such as technology, business, wellness, arts, and more.
  7. Moderation: Moderators can control the conversation by muting or removing speakers, managing the audience, and ensuring that the room adheres to community guidelines.
  8. Recordings: As of my last update, Clubhouse did not provide native recording features, but users sometimes recorded discussions externally, which raised concerns about privacy and consent.
  9. Profile and Bio: Users have profiles with bios and profile pictures, making it easy to learn about others’ interests and backgrounds.
  10. Community Guidelines: Clubhouse has community guidelines that users are expected to follow to maintain a respectful and inclusive environment.
  11. Android and iOS Apps: Initially launched on iOS, Clubhouse later expanded to Android, making it accessible to a broader audience.
  12. Monetization: Clubhouse introduced features for monetization, such as tipping creators and ticketed events where users pay to attend certain rooms.
  13. Privacy: Clubhouse had faced privacy concerns related to data handling and recording of conversations, leading to efforts to enhance user data protection.