A week later, Clubhouse hires many new functions. The first of these novelties is Clips, a tool that allows users to share previews of public spaces. When Creator and Hosts enable the feature, a new icon that looks like scissors will appear. Tap on that and Clubhouse will record the last 30 seconds of audio, which you can then share on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, iMessage or WhatsApp. Clubhouse says it is making beta clips available to select YouTubers today. In most public and open spaces, you should see the scissors icon there, unless the host has made every effort to disable the feature.
At some point in the next few weeks Clubhouse also plans to introduce a way for people to share archives of past live rooms. The function is called Replays. As with clips, it’s something people can turn off if they want. However, when it’s active, past rooms will be made discoverable for as long as a host or creator wants others to find that entertainment. Clubhouse plans to start rolling out replays sometime in October.
To top it off, Clubhouse is introducing a search tool that you can use to search for specific people, clubs, live rooms, and future events. Initially, this feature will be available on the Explore tab for about a week or two before Clubhouse moves it to the hallway sidebar. Last but not least, Android users can look forward to Clubhouse introducing spatial audio support. In many ways, the updates announced by Clubhouse today fix deficiencies that have been in the app for some time. The lack of a way to share audio was a particularly notable oversight.
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