It’s as if every major tech company is working on a Clubhouse-like social audio feature – Spaces is rolling out to Twitter nowAnd Facebook is said to be building oneAnd Spotify makes oneAnd Mark Cuban has one, Even Slack enters the game. But now the idea of a common sound space that It started in Clubhouse largely as an exclusive club For the tech elite and venture capitalists, the episode is over. The professional social network LinkedIn is working on its audio networking feature, The company confirmed to TechCrunch.
“We’re running some early tests to create a unique audio experience linked to your professional identity,” LinkedIn said in a statement. TechCrunch. “And we’re looking at how to transfer voice to other parts of LinkedIn such as events and groups, to give our members more ways to connect with their community.” LinkedIn shared the same statement with the edge After we published this article for the first time.
LinkedIn said the feature will start beta testing soon. Below is a mockup of what the feature might look like, which LinkedIn shared with him TechCrunch. Like Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces, it features a stage of front and center speakers and a list of people in the audience at the bottom of the screen.
LinkedIn is already making itself a destination for content creators with tools like New Creator Mode Indicates that you are the creator of LinkedIn content on your profile. The Clubhouse-like feature actually feels like a natural fit.
Update March 30th, 10:05 PM ET: He added that LinkedIn shared a statement.
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