Clubhouse Begins Testing a Wave Bar Feature

Friends are invited to social rooms, but there is an option to lock those rooms and make them private

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Social audio application Clubhouse began testing Wave Bar, a new feature that enables users in its hallway area to see friends who are online and invite them to social rooms, which can be joined by friends of friends.

Speakers in those social rooms spawned by Waves can ping in friends, and a new ping at the top of those rooms makes that process easy.

Clubhouse also added a lock room button in cases where people decide to keep their room private, rather than letting it remain a social room.


The platform said in a blog post, “Out of the hundreds of thousands of rooms that are created daily, many—most, actually—are full of people catching up with friends, finding each other in the hallway after the finale of a favorite show, regrouping on D&D strategies, helping one another fall asleep or decide where to go for dinner and generally having conversations about...



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