LinkedIn has announced the launch of its audio rooms by the end of this month.
The idea of the social network is to host interactive audio-based events where you can chat and connect with other people.
At this point it seemed that Twitter was the only social network interested in enhancing its audio rooms. However, LinkedIn kept working on this solution that they promised to release. The LinkedIn audio rooms have been preparing from the previous year and by March 2021 they were already testing with the audio experience.
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Jake Poses, Event Manager, Creators & Video, LinkedIn said that they are making progress in the construction of this tool for live broadcasts. According to him, interactive events on LinkedIn will allow all users to actively participate in the conversation. In addition to this, the moderators will be able to add participants to take the floor live and those who attend will be able to connect with the rest of the members.
It is also worth noting that, within LinkedIn’s plans, the implementation of events based on payments, as in the case of Twitter, is not contemplated. In this sense, it will be an additional tool for platform users to take discussions to a more direct level and establish relationships from there.