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How to Use the Clubhouse App

Guide to Navigating the Clubhouse Social Audio App

gotta know

  • Download Clubhouse and follow the instructions to create a profile, choose a username, and perform other setup tasks.
  • Start a room: tap start a play and select To open, Socialor Farm. Choose your topic > let’s go.
  • Tap any room to join. Raise your hand Icon to activate the moderator if you want to join.

This article explains how to use the audio-social network’s Clubhouse app for iOS and Android. The information explains how to create a profile, follow people and join rooms.

Create a profile

When you download the Clubhouse app for iOS or Android, Clubhouse walks you through the steps to create a profile and get started.

Download Clubhouse from the App Store or download the Android Clubhouse app from Google Play Store, then tap . Welcome begin.

Enter your phone number and press . Following.

The clubhouse will send you a verification code. Enter the code and press . Following.

The clubhouse will start creating your profile. If you want to autofill Twitter profile information, tap Import from Twitter or Manually enter my information.

Enter your name and press . Following. Clubhouse prefers people to use their real names.

Choose a user name. Usernames begin with @.

Clubhouse app with import from Twitter, highlighted name and username

Add a photo and tap . Followingor press To jump To skip this step for now.

Faucet OKAY Tap or to allow Clubhouse to access your contacts and find your friends. Not allow. Or press . To jump To skip this step

If you do not authorize Clubhouse to access your contacts, but a friend uploads their contact to Clubhouse and your information is on this list, other people will be notified that you have joined Clubhouse.

The clubhouse will show you a list of suggested rooms to follow. Select the parts you want to track, then press . To follow.

Clubhouse app highlighted photo entry, contact access and rooms to follow

Faucet To leave Tap or to allow clubhouse notifications. Not allow if you prefer not to receive notifications.

Your profile setup is complete and you will be taken to the Clubhouse homepage.

Clubhouse app with notifications options highlighted next to homepage

Follow people and interests

When you have finished creating your profile, magnifying glass to search for topics and rooms that interest you. Type a search term or People to follow Hints. Faucet Show more people Or, scroll down to see more options Search conversations about and browse popular topics. Tap a topic to access more people, topics and clubs to follow.

Clubhouse app with magnifying glass, search bar,

Clubhouse main page

The clubhouse does not have a typical homepage. Instead, it has a home screen that acts as a summary of what’s happening on your network, showcasing live and upcoming Clubhouse rooms.

At the top is a chronological overview of the next Club House rooms you can join. Scrolling down, you’ll find a collection of vibrant Clubhouse Rooms inspired by the people you follow or your interests. In addition to the clubhouse room name and topic, the summary box shows the number of people in the room and the number of active speakers.

Clubhouse app home screens when scrolling down

How to start a room

While the Clubhouse has rooms of many interests, it’s easy to start a room and create a discussion that interests you. To start a room:

choose green start a play Press the button at the bottom of the main screen.

Choose whether the new part should be To open, Social, or Farm. Open rooms are open to anyone with a connection. Social networks are only available to people you follow, and closed networks are available to people you allow to join.

Clubhouse social app that shows the main screen where you can start a room and what type of room it should be.

Add Title for the room. Topics, area summaries are optional, but can be critical when using an open or social room and want others to quickly find the discussion.

Choose let’s go, and you’re on the air. Depending on the room settings, other people can join and you can turn participants into moderators to help guide conversations.

Clubhouse social app showing adding a topic.

How to join a room

Joining a Clubhouse room is as easy as tapping on a room you come across on the home screen or when searching for topics and interests. When you join a room, you are muted by default, but you can hear other speakers.

How to turn sound on and off in the Clubhouse app

If you want to join the conversation, request the conversation by pressing . Raise your hand The icon in the lower right corner of the pavilion room UI. Notifies moderators that you want to join the conversation and gives them the option to unmute or make you moderator.

Clubhouse social app that shows you what it looks like when you enter a new room and invite someone to a room.

You can also add friends to the room using + Shows the list of people following you and the possibility to share the room link with external platforms.

Press to leave the room. leave quietly symbol. Takes you to the main Clubhouse screen to join the next chat, find the next topic, or quit the app.

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What to Know
Download Clubhouse and follow the prompts to create a profile, pick a username, and do other setup tasks.
Start a room: Tap Start a room and choose Open, Social, or Closed. Select your topic > Let’s Go.
Tap any room to join in. Tap the Raise your hand icon to have the moderator unmute you if you want to participate.

This article explains how to use the audio-social networking Clubhouse app for iOS and Android. The information covers how to create a profile, how to follow people, and how to get started joining rooms.

Create a Profile

When you download the Clubhouse app for iOS or Android, Clubhouse will walk you through the steps for creating a profile and getting started.

Download Clubhouse from the App Store or get the Android Clubhouse app from the Google Play Store, then tap Welcome In to get started.

Enter your phone number and tap Next.

Clubhouse will text you a verification code. Enter the code and tap Next.

Clubhouse will begin setting up your profile. Tap Import From Twitter if you want to autofill with Twitter profile info, or tap Enter My Info Manually.

Enter your name and tap Next. Clubhouse prefers that people use their real names.

Select a username. Usernames begin with @.

Add a photo and tap Next, or tap Skip to skip this step for now.

Tap OK to allow Clubhouse to access your contacts and find your friends or tap Don’t Allow. Or, tap Skip to skip this step.

If you don’t give Clubhouse access to your contacts, but a friend uploads their contacts to Clubhouse, and your info is on that list, other people are alerted that you joined Clubhouse.

Clubhouse will show you a list of suggested rooms to follow. Select rooms you want to follow, then tap Follow.

Tap Allow to allow Clubhouse notifications or tap Don’t Allow if you prefer not to receive notifications.

Your profile setup is complete, and you’ll arrive at the Clubhouse home page.

Follow People and Interests

When you finish creating your profile, tap the magnifying glass to search for topics and rooms that interest you. Type in a search term, or peruse the People to Follow suggestions. Tap Show More People to see more options. Or, scroll down to Find Conversations About and browse popular topics. Tap on a topic to access more people, topics, and clubs to follow.

The Clubhouse Home Page

Clubhouse doesn’t have a typical home page. Instead, it has a main screen that acts as a summary of what’s going on in your network, featuring live and upcoming Clubhouse rooms on display.

At the top is a chronological overview of upcoming Clubhouse rooms available to join. As you scroll down, you’ll find a collection of live Clubhouse rooms inspired by people or interests you follow. In addition to the Clubhouse room’s name and topic, the summary box shows how many people are in the room and how many active speakers there are.

How to Start a Room

While Clubhouse has rooms that span myriad interests, it’s easy to start a room and create a discussion that interests you. To start a room:

Select the green Start a room button on the bottom of the home screen.

Select whether the new room should be Open, Social, or Closed. Open rooms are open to anyone who has the link. Social ones are available only to people you follow, and closed ones are available to people you allow to join.

Add a Topic for the room. Topics, summaries of the space, are optional but can be critical when using an Open or Social room, and you want others to find the discussion quickly.

Select Let’s Go, and you’re on the air. Depending on the room settings, others can join, and you can turn participants into moderators to help guide the conversations.

How to Join a Room

Joining a Clubhouse room is as simple as tapping on a room you come across, either on the home screen or while searching through topics and interests. When you join a room, you’re muted by default, but you can hear the other speakers.

How to Mute and Unmute Yourself in the Clubhouse App

If you wish to be a part of the conversation, request to speak by tapping the Raise your hand icon in the lower-right corner of the Clubhouse room user interface. It notifies the moderators you wish to join the conversation, giving them the option to unmute you or make you a moderator.

You can also add friends to the room using the + icon, which displays a list of people who follow you and the option to share the room’s link to external platforms.

To leave the room, tap the Leave quietly icon. It takes you to the main Clubhouse screen to join the following conversation, find the next topic, or leave the app.

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How to Use the Clubhouse App

A guide to navigating the Clubhouse audio-social app

What to Know
Download Clubhouse and follow the prompts to create a profile, pick a username, and do other setup tasks.
Start a room: Tap Start a room and choose Open, Social, or Closed. Select your topic > Let’s Go.
Tap any room to join in. Tap the Raise your hand icon to have the moderator unmute you if you want to participate.

This article explains how to use the audio-social networking Clubhouse app for iOS and Android. The information covers how to create a profile, how to follow people, and how to get started joining rooms.

Create a Profile

When you download the Clubhouse app for iOS or Android, Clubhouse will walk you through the steps for creating a profile and getting started.

Download Clubhouse from the App Store or get the Android Clubhouse app from the Google Play Store, then tap Welcome In to get started.

Enter your phone number and tap Next.

Clubhouse will text you a verification code. Enter the code and tap Next.

Clubhouse will begin setting up your profile. Tap Import From Twitter if you want to autofill with Twitter profile info, or tap Enter My Info Manually.

Enter your name and tap Next. Clubhouse prefers that people use their real names.

Select a username. Usernames begin with @.

Add a photo and tap Next, or tap Skip to skip this step for now.

Tap OK to allow Clubhouse to access your contacts and find your friends or tap Don’t Allow. Or, tap Skip to skip this step.

If you don’t give Clubhouse access to your contacts, but a friend uploads their contacts to Clubhouse, and your info is on that list, other people are alerted that you joined Clubhouse.

Clubhouse will show you a list of suggested rooms to follow. Select rooms you want to follow, then tap Follow.

Tap Allow to allow Clubhouse notifications or tap Don’t Allow if you prefer not to receive notifications.

Your profile setup is complete, and you’ll arrive at the Clubhouse home page.

Follow People and Interests

When you finish creating your profile, tap the magnifying glass to search for topics and rooms that interest you. Type in a search term, or peruse the People to Follow suggestions. Tap Show More People to see more options. Or, scroll down to Find Conversations About and browse popular topics. Tap on a topic to access more people, topics, and clubs to follow.

The Clubhouse Home Page

Clubhouse doesn’t have a typical home page. Instead, it has a main screen that acts as a summary of what’s going on in your network, featuring live and upcoming Clubhouse rooms on display.

At the top is a chronological overview of upcoming Clubhouse rooms available to join. As you scroll down, you’ll find a collection of live Clubhouse rooms inspired by people or interests you follow. In addition to the Clubhouse room’s name and topic, the summary box shows how many people are in the room and how many active speakers there are.

How to Start a Room

While Clubhouse has rooms that span myriad interests, it’s easy to start a room and create a discussion that interests you. To start a room:

Select the green Start a room button on the bottom of the home screen.

Select whether the new room should be Open, Social, or Closed. Open rooms are open to anyone who has the link. Social ones are available only to people you follow, and closed ones are available to people you allow to join.

Add a Topic for the room. Topics, summaries of the space, are optional but can be critical when using an Open or Social room, and you want others to find the discussion quickly.

Select Let’s Go, and you’re on the air. Depending on the room settings, others can join, and you can turn participants into moderators to help guide the conversations.

How to Join a Room

Joining a Clubhouse room is as simple as tapping on a room you come across, either on the home screen or while searching through topics and interests. When you join a room, you’re muted by default, but you can hear the other speakers.

How to Mute and Unmute Yourself in the Clubhouse App

If you wish to be a part of the conversation, request to speak by tapping the Raise your hand icon in the lower-right corner of the Clubhouse room user interface. It notifies the moderators you wish to join the conversation, giving them the option to unmute you or make you a moderator.

You can also add friends to the room using the + icon, which displays a list of people who follow you and the option to share the room’s link to external platforms.

To leave the room, tap the Leave quietly icon. It takes you to the main Clubhouse screen to join the following conversation, find the next topic, or leave the app.

Why Clubhouse’s Audio-Only Format is So Popular

#Clubhouse #App


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