They cannot yet send photographs or videos, but web reports citing Clubhouse say that this capacity, as well as a "few more functions," is on the way. There will also be a secondary inbox where message requests can be stored if desired.
The capability is intended to assist moderators in chatting among themselves during an active room, to connect people after an event, and, more broadly, to stimulate text discussions that would otherwise have to take place in a different app. This development, however, does not come as much of a surprise to us: In June, Clubhouse inadvertently released the functionality.
Nonetheless, this is a significant advancement for the software, which the business currently claims has been downloaded over 8 million times on Android smartphones, with over 500,000 rooms being created every day.
Backchannel brings Clubhouse up to speed and ensures users keep their conversations, and more of their social life, on the app, unlike its competitors, Twitter Spaces and Facebook Live Audio Rooms, which both allow people to text chat while also running or participating in an audio conversation, so Backchannel brings Clubhouse up to speed and ensures users keep their conversations, and more of their social life, on the app.