A 👋 Clubhouse etiquette for moderators and guests

Gestures and cues

  • Muting yourself as an unmistakable sign that you finished talking (do this as often as possible)
  • Applauding by tapping the mute/unmute button fast and repeatedly (works only on stage)
  • Raising your hand as a sign you want to be involved in the discussion (do this often)
  • Leaving the stage as a sign that you currently cannot speak or sometimes not even pay attention
  • Unmuting yourself while on stage, as a sign that you want to say something right now (be very careful with this as it is interrupting)

Participation by default: raise your hand anytime

When arriving on stage, wait for the moderator to call on you

Make an effort to limit your talk to 1 minute

In large rooms trim your contribution even more

Help to keep the stage audience small

Take your bio page seriously

Take unmuting as a sign that someone wants to talk

Finish audibly and visibly

Pass on the microphone (optional)

Allow the moderator to say something while others talk

  1. unmuting myself
  2. unmuting myself repeatedly (not too fast to be misinterpreted as applause)
  3. approving with words like “yes” or “mhh” or “aha” while the person is still talking
  4. start talking at the end of a sentence, for example, “thank you x, this is a lot of insights to digest”
  5. jumping in the middle of the sentence “excuse me”

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