Stay productive wherever you go. Clubhouse works beautifully on mobile and is available for iOS, Android, and through a mobile browser. 

Clubhouse on iOS

The Clubhouse iOS app allows you to collaborate with your team even when you're on the move. Download our iOS app to search for, create, and edit Stories on the go, as well as access your Workspaces, Spaces, Dashboard, and Activity Feed from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. 

The Clubhouse iOS app works with any device running iOS 9.0 or higher. 

Downloading the App

1. Find the Clubhouse in the App Store

2. Tap the Get button 

3. Tap Open to launch the App 

 Signing in to the Clubhouse iOS App

 1. Open the Clubhouse app and enter your username and password, then tap the Log In button

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2. If you have 2FA turned on, you'll be prompted to enter your Two Factor Code from your Authenticator app after entering your password. 

Navigation and Feature Set

To log in or out of the Clubhouse app or switch between multiple Workspaces, tap the robot icon in the upper left-hand corner of the app.

The Stories Page

The Stories page provides access to all of your Workspace's Saved and Shared Spaces. Tap each Space to access it, then swipe left to view that Space's additional workflow states.

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iPad app

To view Stories in a certain Space belonging to a different Team, tap the person icon at the top of the page, next to the title of the Space.

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Creating Stories

Tapping the "+" icon in the upper right-hand corner of any page of the app will allow you to create a new Story. You can set the Story's title, description, owner, Project, Epic, type and state, as well as add tasks and labels. Please note that setting Due Dates, Points and Followers during Story creation are not supported in the current version of the iOS app. 

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iPhone app

Commenting on Stories

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You can comment on any Story by opening the Story in the app, entering your text in the Add a comment... field, and then pressing Send.

Reacting to Story Comments with Emojis

To react to a comment with an emoji, open the Story containing the comment and then scroll down to the comment. Tap on the smiley face icon (found under the comment text), and then tap on the emoji you'd like to add. Your reaction emoji will appear under the comment text.

To remove your reaction, tap on the emoji again.

Drag and Drop Stories

To change a Story's priority within a state, or to move it across workflow states, you can drag and drop a Story card into a new position.

To drag, tap and hold a Story card until it appears to lift, then drag the Story card where you want it. To drop it, lift your finger and it will fall into its new position.

To drag and drop more than one Story card, pick up the first Story card using the instructions above and move it where you want it to go. Then, still holding the first Story card, use a second finger to tap on another Story card. The second Story card will be added to the first, and you can drop both Story cards together.

Drag and Drop Story Links into Another App (iPad Only)

iPad users can also now drag and drop Stories into other applications, to more easily add a quick reference to them. For example:  

  • Drag into a GitHub pull request in Safari, and add it to a comment.
  • Share in a Slack channel to talk about it with your team.
  • Add a reminder for you to work on a Story later by dragging it into the Reminders app.

To do this, you'll first want to use the multitasking feature on your iPad.

The Epics Page

The Epics page shows all Epics for your Workspace, grouped by either state. You can search for an Epic by name, and filter down to a specific Epic state.

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Diving into an Epic lets you view and edit the Epic's description, owners, labels, view stories, and edit or reply to comments as well.

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Note: Currently you are unable to view an Epic's due date in the mobile app.

 

The Dashboard Page

The Dashboard page surfaces all Stories owned by you in Unstarted and Started workflow states across all Teams within your Workspace. 

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The Activity Page

The iOS Activity Page mirrors the Clubhouse Activity Feed on web. This page will show you activity from all Projects, Stories and Epics you follow across your Workspace. Tapping the "Only Mentions" tab will surface a view of all of your @-mentions.

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The Search Page 

You can search for Stories using keywords and phrases by using the search bar at the top of the Search Page. The Search results currently include any matches on Story Titles and/or Description, and are shown in order of relevance. The iOS app also supports Search Operators, which can be used to further refine your search results. 

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Push Notifications

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You can receive push notifications when another user comments on a Story you own or follow or @-mentions you in a Story. Clicking on the push notification will take you directly to the Story.

You'll only receive push notifications from Clubhouse if you have enabled them in your iOS settings. Here's more information about managing notifications in iOS.

Dark Mode on iOS

Ready to come to the dark side? Our Dark Mode can be accessed through the Settings section within the Flag icon in the upper tray. From Settings, you'll see the option to tap through several different Dark Mode statuses.

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Selecting 'System' will inherit Dark Mode preferences from the device itself. Selecting "On" will toggle the Dark Mode functionality on, and toggling the setting to "Off" will restore the light mode. 

How To Give Feedback

To report problems or submit feature requests without leaving the iOS app, just shake your device and fill out the feedback form. Your ticket will be sent directly to our support team and will be addressed promptly. You can also always reach us over email at support@clubhouse.io.

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Clubhouse on Android

The Clubhouse Android app allows you to collaborate with your team even when you're on the move. Download our Android app to search for, create, and edit Stories on the go, as well as access your Workspaces, Spaces, Dashboard, and Activity Feed from your Android device. 

The Clubhouse Android app works with any device running Android version 4.4 or higher. 

Downloading the App

1. Find the Clubhouse in the Google Play Store

2. Tap the Install button 

3. Once installed, tap Open to launch the App 

 Signing in to the Clubhouse Android App

 1. Open the Clubhouse app and enter your username and password, then tap the Log In button

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Android app

2. If you have 2FA turned on, you'll be prompted to enter your Two Factor Code from your Authenticator app after entering your password. 

 

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Android app

Navigation and Feature Set

To log in or out of the Clubhouse app or switch between multiple Workspaces, tap the Clubhouse Flag icon in the upper left-hand corner of the app.

 

The Stories Page

The Stories page provides access to all of your Workspace's Saved and Shared Spaces. Tap each Space to access it, then swipe left to view that Space's additional workflow states.

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Android app

To view Stories in a certain Space belonging to a different Workflow, tap the group icon at the top right of the screen, next to the title of the Space.

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Creating Stories

Tapping the "+" icon in the lower right-hand corner of any page of the app will allow you to create a new Story. You can set the Story's title, description, owner, Project, Epic, type and state, as well as add tasks and labels.

Please note: setting Due Dates, Points and Followers during Story creation are not supported in the current version of the Android app. 

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Android app

 

 

Commenting on Stories

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Android app

You can comment on any Story by opening the Story in the app, entering your text in the Add a comment... field, and then pressing Send.

 

 

Reacting to Story Comments with Emojis

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To react to a comment with an emoji, open the Story containing the comment and then scroll down to the comment. Tap and hold the comment, then tap Add Reaction.

smiley face icon+ is shown own comments already with an emoji. Simply tap here instead and then tap on the emoji you'd like to add. 

To remove your reaction, simply tap on the emoji again.

 

 

The Epics Page

The Epics page shows all Epics for your Workspace, grouped by either state. You can search for an Epic by name, and filter down to a specific Epic state.

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Android app

Diving into an Epic lets you view and edit the Epic's description, owners, labels, view stories, and edit or reply to comments as well.

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iPhone app

Note: Currently you are unable to view an Epic's due date in the mobile app.

 

The Dashboard Page

The Dashboard page surfaces all Stories owned by you in Unstarted and Started workflow states across all Teams within your Workspace. 

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Android app

The Activity Page

The Android Activity Page mirrors the Clubhouse Activity Feed on web. This page will show you activity from all Projects, Stories and Epics you follow across your Workspace. Tapping the "Only Mentions" tab will surface a view of all of your @-mentions.

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iPhone app
 

The Search Page 

You can search for Stories using keywords and phrases by using the search bar at the top of the Search Page. The Search results currently include any matches on Story Titles and/or Description, and are shown in order of relevance. The Android app also supports Search Operators, which can be used to further refine your search results. 

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Android app

Push Notifications

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You can receive push notifications when another user comments on a Story you own or follow or @-mentions you in a Story. Clicking on the push notification will take you directly to the Story.

You'll only receive push notifications from Clubhouse if you have enabled them in your Android settings. Here's more information about managing notifications in Android.

How To Give Feedback

To report problems or submit feature requests without leaving the Android app, just shake your device and fill out the feedback form. Your ticket will be sent directly to our support team and will be addressed promptly. You can also always reach us over email at support@clubhouse.io.

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Android app

Dark Mode for Android

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Ready to join the dark side? Just hit your "Settings" and look for the toggle to switch Dark Mode on. Enjoy!

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There are a few different options here - System will inherit the settings from your device, On will enable Dark Mode for only the Clubhouse application, and Off will restore you back to the default light view. 

Clubhouse on a Mobile Browser

The app operates fairly similarly on the mobile browser but there are a few differences to be mindful of, outlined below. 

Clubhouse Sidebar

While the sidebar expands and collapses as a sidebar on a regular web browser, the different Clubhouse views (and Organization switcher) are available via a menu in the top left of the screen as pictured below. 

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The Story Sidebar 

Due to limited screen space, Story information that would usually be visible in the Story sidebar appears at the bottom of the Story view. This is below the Story description, tasks, comments, attachments, and history.

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The Epic Sidebar 

On the individual Epic page, the information that would appear in the sidebar will appear above the Stories in the Epic.

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The Project Sidebar

On the individual Project page, the information usually displayed in the sidebar will appear above the Stories in the Project.

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The Dashboard

Dashboard information is stacked vertically starting with My Work, then My Active Tasks, Up Coimng Due Dates, and My Activity Feed.

Stories Page Sidebar 

The Stories page sidebar and all filters can be accessed by clicking the three-line menu icon. 

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Workflow States show up one column at a time, so you will need to swipe across to see different states. 

Mobile Beta Testing

Joining the Mobile Beta Test Program

If you are interested in joining our team of mobile beta testers, please contact us and let us know so that we can help you get started.

Managing Beta Emails from TestFlight

If you've signed up to test Clubhouse for iOS, you'll receive emails from TestFlight when a new build is available.

These emails are automatically generated by the TestFlight app and cannot be controlled by Clubhouse.

If you don't want to receive these emails, you'll need to either change your notification settings in TestFlight or stop testing the Clubhouse for iOS app.

Here's how to change your notification settings in TestFlight:

1. Open TestFlight App

2. Select Clubhouse

3. Toggle off the Email and/or Mobile notifications.

You will now no longer receive updates from Clubhouse through TestFlight

Exiting the mobile beta plan and TestFlight

  1. Open the TestFlight App and tap on Clubhouse. 
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the page.
  3. Tap Stop testing.
  4. Tap Stop testing to confirm. You will no longer receive updates from Clubhouse through TestFlight.

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