Just in a short time (since 2020), Clubhouse has quickly built a reputation as the next great place for people to meet, talk, and share ideas.
In short, Clubhouse lets you create and join “rooms,” where you can then chat with others in a big conference call. There are no pictures, videos, or really even text — just audio. Users can join and leave the call at any time, turning any room into a public meeting hall.
Here’s everything to know about Clubhouse, the app that’s quickly taking social media circles by storm. Clubhouse is invite-only, meaning that anyone who wants to join has to be brought in by someone who already has an account. You can still download the app and put your name on a waiting list, but there’s no guarantee that you’ll ever get an account that way. We can send you an invite to the Full Time RV Travel Club.
How Clubhouse works
Clubhouse creates a place where people can meet up to host, listen to, and in some cases, join conversations within the app’s community. When you open the app, you’ll be presented with a list of rooms, as well as a list showing who’s in each room. You can join the room by tapping on it, or start your room.
So far, most Clubhouse rooms have a TED Talk vibe, with one guest speaking and everyone else listening. Other users can join the conversation when deemed appropriate by a moderator, who can invite you on stage. This is where you can finally have a voice. No time to be shy here.
Clubhouse rooms are hosted by experts, luminaries, celebrities, venture capitalists, journalists, and more. This Nomadic Idea and our Podcast Trust The Trail were given invites early on and now want to share our supply of invites with YOU.