If you’ve got an invite and you’re also a Clubhouse member, you may want to start a Clubhouse Club of your own. After all, that’s the point of being in Clubhouse. While you can schedule Clubhouse rooms, a club is a more refined place to get more followers rapidly.
Before we dive into the steps to start a Club on Clubhouse, there are certain requirements for it. Here’s what you should know before starting a Clubhouse club.
Things To Know To Start A Clubhouse Club
First up, the app only allows two clubs per user so be mindful of the name and other details of your club. Also, you can create a club faster if you host at least 3 weekly shows on your Clubhouse handle. If you’re new, you can still move on to directly starting a club but it will take more time.
To easily apply for a club, keep details like your club’s title, a 150 character description, and the day and time of your meetup handy. This is as close to a real-life club request as it gets. Clubhouse says it’ll let users create clubs on their own in the future, but for now, there’s a two-clubs-per-user policy, where Clubhouse only can approve and create a club for you.
How To Start a Club on Clubhouse
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- Open Clubhouse settings
Open the Clubhouse app and tap on your profile picture. Now tap on the gear icon to enter settings
- Request a Clubhouse club
Now tap on’FAQ / Contact Us’ and you’ll be redirected to the FAQ website. Tap on ‘How can I start a club?’ At the end of the answer, look for ‘find the club request form here’ and tap on it. You’ll be redirected to a new tab.
- Fill and submit the form
Go through the details about starting a club, and scroll down to fill up the club details. Once you’ve filled in the details, click the ‘Submit’ button at the bottom of the page. You’ll receive an email when your club is approved by Clubhouse.
About Clubhouse Clubs
Since Clubhouse is a relatively new app, it isn’t giving a lot of flexibility to the users. If you want to change your name, delete your account or start a club, you have to reach out to Clubhouse support. The upside of Clubhouse manually enabling clubs is that you’ll find quality clubs on the app.
It is way slower if you compare it to creating a Facebook group, but quality over quantity is appreciated in the case of Clubhouse. If you’re looking for clubs to refer to before creating your own, open the clubhouse app, tap on the search icon and look for clubs in the result.