In addition to the formal "rules," some additional things Clubhouse users should be mindful of, regardless of the room they’re in, are:
Be respectful. This is pretty self-explanatory — our community has set an amazing precedent thus far and we strongly believe in this.
Share the stage. Most rooms have many speakers on stage, rather than just one or two. Having a large group on stage is fun and engaging, but also means it's important to be considerate of others who are on stage, whether you're a moderator or just a speaker.
Be mindful of diversity. The diversity of users, backgrounds, and perspectives makes Clubhouse special, and we believe it's important to keep this in mind — whether you're organizing an event, deciding who to let on stage, taking turns talking, etc.
Don’t fanboy / fangirl. When celebrities join rooms in Clubhouse, people sometimes get quite excited and want to put the spotlight on these figures. However, generally the experience for them and others in the room is better when everyone is treated as an equal! Authentic conversations from person to person, irrespective of status, are powerful.
Welcome the newbies. One of the most amazing things we’ve seen in Clubhouse is the culture of welcoming newcomers. Newbies have a "party hat" badge on their profile photo when they're in a room so that people can welcome and invite them to come up and speak.