Facebook Tests Hotline, a New Clubhouse-like Platform with Video Support

Spread the love

Looking at the enormous famous audio-based social networking platform Clubhouse, we have seen various organizations start work on a comparable feature for their platform. So now, Facebook has begun testing another Q&A-based help named Hotline, which appears as though a mix of Clubhouse and Instagram’s Live feature.

Facebook Tests Hotline, a New Clubhouse-like Platform with Video Support

Description of Facebook Hotline

Created by the New Product Experiment (NPE) group at Facebook, Hotline is a pristine stage to have live events with a huge crowd. From the outset, it seems to be like Clubhouse and permits created to have audio-based live events with their audience. While Clubhouse is intended for easygoing sound discussion encounters, Hotline is, even more, an expert stage for certain extra highlights.

See also  Taiwanese horror game ‘Devotion’ returns after China controversy

UI and Features

Check out the amazing features of the new Facebook hotline that is different from other platform

  • Listeners can now ask questions by typing on the platform for others to see
  • The event host can choose a relevant question to answer from the asked questions
  • The event host can either add or remove anyone from the live event.
  • Also, the event host can as well bring a user to a one-on-one live conversation during the live event
  • Hotlines can record your live event and be transmitted in an mp3 and mp4 format. These files are presented to the host at the end of the live event which after then the host can now share with other participants.
See also  Apple releases important iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Watch security patches

The hotline isn’t accessible to worldwide users yet. The NPE group at Facebook as of late began testing the platform and Nick Huber, a well-known real estate investor was the first to openly give it a shot. According to Facebook, people like Huber, who help other people to grow their expert abilities and funds, address the objective market for Hotline.

“With Hotline, we’re hoping to understand how interactive, live multimedia Q&As can help people learn from experts in areas like professional skills, just as it helps those experts build their businesses,” said Facebook in a statement.

Availability

This platform is presently out as a public beta for users in the US. It is at present inaccessible here in India and shows something similar in the event that you go to its authority site.

See also  Istanbul’s Dream Games snaps up $50M and launches its first game, the puzzle-based Royal Match

In any case, if the platform has enough users throughout the course of time, there is a high possibility of Facebook dispatching Hotline in the worldwide market. It may turn into a beautiful helpful instrument for experts and specialists to connect with huge crowds from their homes in the midst of the continuous pandemic.

Also Read >>>> Facebook Has Added Zoom and GoToMeeting Support on Its Portal TV

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *