After hearing that Discord is making features similar to Clubhouse, the company launched a stage channel. This new feature has been launched on all platforms where Discord is available, including Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android and Web.
According to Discord, the stage channel was developed after the platform noticed more people using voice chat in unique ways.
Discord said: “As more and more large audio-centric events of this type suddenly appear, we realize that managing organized audio events within the voice channel can be difficult.
With the launch of the stage channel, the community server can focus conversations with selected individuals on the audience of the audience. Discord said that the stage channel is very useful for AMAs or interviews, reading clubs or karaoke and other activities. “Never let other people talk to each other again, thinking it was their turn, or the long awkward silence before someone walked over.̵
After setting up the stage, the host can manage who is speaking, and can also add, delete or mute existing speakers. Discord, audience members can also raise their hands during the event if they want to speak.
Discord said: “Whether you are in the spotlight or in the audience, the stage channel can be here to help everyone connect more closely, with various audio-centric activities.” “We don’t often introduce in Discord. A brand new channel-we are very happy to see what crazy way you use the Stage channel.”
Discord’s latest features were released after other services (including Slack, Twitter, and LinkedIn) also released Clubhouse-like features. Frankly, it’s amazing to see how quickly companies adopt Clubhouse features.
The stage channel launched by Discord makes this feature available on many platforms, making it easier to use. Clubhouse continues to be available only on iOS, although it will launch on Android in the future.