The popular audio application Clubhouse’s co-founders have announced that you no longer have to be invited onto the platform.
How you gone hate from outside of the club when you can’t even get in? Well, “leggo” because now you can. Clubhouse is no longer requiring people to be invited to the app. On Wednesday, Clubhouse co-founders Paul Davison and Rohan Seth announced Clubhouse’s exclusive doors would officially be opened to all of the public.
According to The Verge, around 10 million people are waiting to gain access to the audio and speech platform. Those people won’t receive immediate access, as a spokesperson confirmed that the founders would gradually add people over time.
In a blog post about changes, the app said the invite-only policy has helped the app measure its audience. “The invite system has been an important part of our early history. By adding people in waves, welcoming new faces each week in our Wednesday Orientations, and talking with the community each Sunday in Town Hall, we’ve been able to grow Clubhouse in a measured way and keep things from breaking as we’ve scaled.”