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Chatting on Language Tools

Dwarf
Posts60Likes5Joined22/3/2019LocationUS
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Is the chat a private chat or a group chat?

Both! For 1-1 chat, online members specify which language they are available to chat in. You can sort the online members list by language spoken, language learning, gender and location. Select a member and invite them to chat with you. For group conversation, join a language-specific room.



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Dwarf
Posts60Likes5Joined22/3/2019LocationUS
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English

I see you have a voice chat feature. How does that work?

Go to Chat, select a member from the list of available members and send them a chat request. At this point you can select "call" for voice chat, but we recommend you exchange some introductory text messages first, out of courtesy.


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Dwarf
Posts60Likes5Joined22/3/2019LocationUS
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What if I don't feel like chatting now?

You can simply decline chat requests, or if you want to turn chat off completely, go to chat, select settings and toggle chat enabled to chat disabled.


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Dwarf
Posts60Likes5Joined22/3/2019LocationUS
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English

The same member keeps inviting me to chat, and I'm not interested. What can I do?

Any member of Language Tools can ignore another member. Simply find their profile page and click "ignore" and any messages they send to you won't go through. 


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