Discord is the newest organization to present a Clubhouse-like feature that allows individuals effectively to broadcast live audio conversations to a room of virtual listeners. Discord says its take, called Stage Channels, is accessible now on all platforms where Discord is accessible, including Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android, and the web.
In the event that you’ve utilized Discord previously, you may realize that the application as of now offers voice channels, which commonly permit everybody in them to talk freely. A Stage Channel, then again, is intended to just allow certain individuals to talk at once to a group of listeners, which could make them helpful for more structured events like community town halls or AMAs.
Notwithstanding, just Community servers, which have some more powerful community management tools than a server you may share with a few of your buddies, can make the new Stage Channels.
The feature’s wide accessibility makes Discord the first application to offer a simple method to have or listen in on social audio rooms on most platforms. Clubhouse is still just accessible on iOS, however an Android version is being developed.
Twitter’s Spaces include works on iOS and Android, however just a few clients can make audio rooms at the present time. (The organization intends to allow anybody to have a Space beginning in April.)
LinkedIn, Mark Cuban, Slack, and Spotify are additionally working on live audio features, and Facebook purportedly has one in progress, as well.