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Mar 6, 2021

Download our Clubhouse Moderating Quick Guide here:

Moderating rooms on Clubhouse requires some new skills for a lot of people. It's a bit like moderating panels on stage in real life at say a conference, but there are many other nuances that are quite different being that it's an audio-only app you're using. Jump to these time stamps below to learn more about the nuances of moderating rooms on Clubhouse so you can run your own rooms like a pro! See you on Clubhouse! - Andrea @MissADS08

  • 1:27​ – No. 1 - The Goal of Moderating on Clubhouse (Dinner Party Analogy)
  • 4:41​ – No. 2 - Educating Your Audience (plus sign, raising your hand, muting your mic, time limits, etc.)
  • 4:56​ – Watch Video 1 on the Basics of Clubhouse:
  • No. 3 - Back Channels / Backstage Area for Rooms 8:25​ 
  • No. 4 - Prep Your Tips & Speaker Prompt Questions 10:11​ 
  • No. 5 - PTR | PTR Order (speaker queue / speaker lineup) 13:07
  • No. 6 - The Mechanics (bringing people up on stage, taking people back down to the audience, muting people, etc.) 15:46
  • No. 7 - My thoughts on "Follow all the moderators" (and what to say instead) 18:45
  • No. 8 - Acknowledging people's comments (don't just say "next!") 21:03
  • No. 9 - The Art of Interrupting on Clubhouse 25:59
  • No. 10 - Closing the Room (including turning off hand-raising) 28:18
  • BONUS: Reset the room

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