Discord introduces ‘Stage Channels,’ an audio-only chat room feature

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Discord has introduced ‘Stage Channels,’ an audio-only chat room feature, in an attempt to compete with Clubhouse. According to the information available, the Stage Channels were created for Android, iPhone, internet, Windows, and other platforms such as Linux and macOS. Discord isn’t the first networking network to launch an audio-only chat room feature to compete with Clubhouse in recent years. To capitalize on the growing user base, social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Telegram, and LinkedIn launched their versions of the audio-only chat space.

The Stage Channels, like other audio-only chat room apps, will have a “stage moderator” who will determine who will talk and who will not. The stage moderator would also have the power to silence the audience members. Users will be able to engage in a range of oral sessions, including interviews, book readings, clubs, and podcasts, using the Stage Channels program.

According to the company’s details, Stage Channels will enable users to share a concentrated conversation with an audience of listeners. . The Stage Channels, like other audio-only chat room apps, will have a “stage moderator” who will determine who will talk and who will not. The stage moderator would also have the power to silence the audience members. Members of the chatroom will also be able to indicate their intent to communicate by waving their hands up. The user will be able to talk during the chat after receiving approval from the Stage Moderator.

According to the information available, users must first allow Community on their phone server before using the Stage Channels application. Users will be able to engage in a range of oral sessions, including interviews, book readings, clubs, and podcasts, using the Stage Channels program.

To compete with Clubhouse, Twitter has already launched its audio-only chat platform, Spaces. LinkedIn and Facebook are rumored to be working on the feature and will roll it out to their users soon.

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