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2-09-2007 @ 1:58PM
I use the LFG tool all the time. It usually doesn't help much, but it doesn't hurt much either.Paladins & Warlocks who level a few times before getting their epic land mount can't use LFG to find groups for DM or Scholo because they're outside of the approved range. The tool is of very limited utility if you don't leave on the auto-join so that people know you're looking. And annoying if you do leave on autojoin 'cause then you end up with a party of 5 dps and you have to kick a few out to keep looking. We need a tool that lets you:A) look for groups regardless of level of the instanceB) look for groups for more than 3 thingsC) look for groups when you're already groupedI'd first like to see the LookingForGroup channel return as an official channel, just not autojoined. On my server the LookingForGroup private channel exists, but nobody has posting privileges because whoever controls it locked them down.A next gen of the LFG tool could still only allow you to tag 3 things to actively search for, but should allow you to browse for quests by region. I should be able to pull up Hellfire Peninsula and see what's there that people are looking for. That way I can indicate my top 3 picks, then see quickly and easily if anybody in the area is doing something I either need or would be willing to help with while waiting on the group I really want.
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