The social network based on voice conferences definitely arouses a lot of envy, to the point that all the big names in the sector are trying their luck to offer a similar functionality.
Clubhouse may have done a lot of talk when it was launched, the social network is struggling to find its audience. Blame it on an application accessible on iOS only, and downloadable only by invitation. Never mind, the other big names in the sector are determined to do well by cloning certain features of the platform. This was particularly the case with Facebook, or Discord a few days ago. This time, and it is more surprising, it is the turn of the professional social network LinkedIn to try its luck.
If you’ve ever had the opportunity to take a tour of Clubhouse, you’ve probably noticed that most of the chat rooms have a common theme entrepreneurship and marketing. Topics that fit perfectly with the editorial line of Microsoft’s platform dedicated to professionals. Logical therefore, that the social network had the idea of proposing a similar functionality. According to a spokesperson for the company quoted by the American media TechCrunch, the first tests are currently underway in order to successfully “To create a unique audio experience linked to our professional identity. And we’re looking at how we can bring audio to other parts of LinkedIn, such as events and groups, to give our members even more ways to connect with their community ”. Some visuals of the new tool have been unveiled by LinkedIn, which seems to assume the resemblance to Clubhouse to the end.