At the beginning of June, Dabel was featured on BetaList, the place for early adopters to discover upcoming and recently launched internet startups.
With the decline of active users on Clubhouse recently, the future of the audio social market is being questioned. Dabel has been recognized by BetaList, a startup product news website, as a social audio app that promotes accessible, everyday conversations with a priority on reaching “non-investors” and “non-influencers” users.
As mentioned in the BetaList feature, Dabel combats the problems of social audio with “an open environment where everyone can start a lounge, have a conversation and be…
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In this article we’ll take you through your first time in Dabel and how to start a lounge, as well as how to send feedback and some of the key (future) features.
Some features are still under development so we’ll update this article whenever we launch them.
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After months of anticipation, we’re finally able to release the brand new version of Dabel today.
Dabel has come a long way, July 2019 to be exact. Although the app has seen some changes since then, today’s release will be the biggest update so far. Dabel’s purpose on the other hand, hasn’t changed: create an open place for inclusive conversations, for anyone at anytime.
As you might have read in one of our previous blog posts, at first we’re launching Dabel 2.0 as an invite-only beta test. Here are a few reasons in a nutshell:
In a previous blog post we told you about our lounge themes feature. Long story short: they make it easier for hosts to start a lounge, without thinking too much about how to start the conversation.
And as much as we want conversations to flow easily through themes, we wanted something to support this flow as steadily and relaxing as possible. To do this, we brought in a familiar friend in a new setting: tags.
Yes, tags and hashtags in general have been much discussed. …