‘Clips’ 30- Second Audio Recordings On Clubhouse

Universal Search and Clips are two features just added to the popular online discussion app.
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Previously the creators of the popular online discussion app Clubhouse did not let anyone take audio recordings of the sessions, a bit like Netflix’s no screenshot policy.

But that has changed now that they have introduced a couple of notable updates for the app, Universal Search and Clips.

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Clubhouse will now let you search for specific rooms that you want to find, which oddly was not there before. The update now lets you look up people, clubs, even future events.

This makes it easier for you to keep up with the happenings of Clubhouse. Cool.

Although the update is out for both iOS and Android, Clubhouse says it will be there for a week or two.


Unlike the Universal Search this is true Beta update for the app.

Clips lets anyone share a 30-second sound recording of public rooms, “so more people on the Internet can discover and join your club”, says Clubhouse.

Also, they said you can use the Clips to start a room, they will be on by default, and of course you will have control over when it starts and stops. You will also be able to share the Clip to most social media sites.

They are now testing this feature with a “small group of creators” to work out the kinks. Exciting time to be a Clubhouse user? You tell me.

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