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    Thread: What are the functions of the rooms in chat?

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      What are the functions of the rooms in chat?

      It appears that recently, there has been some confusion as to what the subrooms in chat are intended for.

      Here is the answer:

      • Main Chat - Used for general discussion, socialising and relaxation.
      • Quiet Place - As the name suggests, a room that is relatively quiet, compared to the Chat Lobby. It can be used for a slower pace of chatting.
      • Triggering Subjects - Subjects and topics of conversation that may upset or hurt other members, should be held here.
      • Welcome Room - This room is effectively a holding point, to first see which room you would like to enter. You will be automatically logged in here.
      Last edited by Abacus21; 14th January 2010 at 12:19 AM.
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