Clubhouse, the popular social media application of the last period, is working on the new private messaging feature, Backchannel. The company accidentally turned this feature on to some of its users.
Clubhouse, which emerged only with the possibility of voice communication and suddenly attracted attention, became a platform where many of its competitors from Spotify to Facebook tried to copy its features. Clubhouse He continued to develop himself during this period.
The application will soon move away from voice-only communication and be used for private messaging as well. The reason we know this is because the company is still in the testing phase. Backchannel accidentally turned on the messaging feature called .
Talk talk to where?
since friday Twitter’da When we look at the posts, we see that Backchannel will be a means of communicating with the type of writing we are used to. On the other hand, there is no information about this feature in the latest version notes of the application. In the images, which are already stated to belong to Backchannel, it is striking that the feature is not completed.
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It is unknown how long the feature has been in development. at the Clubhouse weekend After opening the feature for a short time to some users, it was immediately withdrawn. Still, some screenshots managed to make their way into the internet’s memory.
A Clubhouse spokesperson made a statement on the subject, “As part of our product development process, Clubhouse regularly tests the app and its potential features. Sometimes these features are part of the app, sometimes not. Potential features We do not comment onClubhouse founders sometimes publish the product roadmap on a weekly basis. Sunday Town Halls He also speaks on his programs.
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It is not yet known how many people see the application or how long it can be used. Your feature is just to beta tests Another possibility is that it appeared temporarily to those registered. So what do you think about this feature? Do you think this kind of messaging feature should come to Clubhouse, or should the app only offer voice communication?