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Facebook Develops Access to live audio rooms, including a dedicated audio tab.

Oct 12, 2021 BY ANAHAT DESHPANDE

Facebook Develops Access to live audio rooms, including a dedicated audio tab.

Facebook has introduced an extension of its audio socialization platform and live audio chat rooms made available for its users globally. They have also provided dedicated space in the watch tab to assist its users in associating with all users through the audio platform.

Audio socialization platform still has new engagement prospects and a different way for the users to connect with each another. This platform can enhance an interactive way, which will create more engagement in this space.

Initially, on the way to expand these live audio rooms back in April, Facebook had launched the primary stage of its audio socialization in response to the rising demand for Clubhouse application. This comprised of dedicated audio rooms for public figures in the USA. Now Facebook is trying to expand its presence in this option.

Facebook officials have explained the same, stating that all the verified public figures and creators will have access to the host live audio rooms from today onwards. They consider it to become an immense tool for general connection and conversation among the various communities on this platform.

Facebook’s live audio room will be shown at the top of the Newsfeed area for users following a particular creator. This option also is available in-feed posts.

The user interface of this space is somewhat similar to that of the clubhouse platform, where it displays the speaker and the listener in a dedicated area. The reaction icons will be moving upward on the screen as and when they are clicked. This feature will be similar to the live stream of video.

Facebook will also allow all the groups to host a live audio room which will be another way to generate engagement on the platform.

Facebook is also trying live audio room features on android and desktops. It also tests its soundbite audio clip sharing option, which will assist the users in sharing edited parts of audio as a post.

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