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12-07-2011 @ 9:30AM
I tried it on various alts. Seems like most of the guild adverts say the same thing. A little helpful to see if a guild a a raiding one or more casual, but that's about it.And I've never received a single response to my requests. All alts I was trying to get in guilds got in the old-fashioned way - by waiting for someone to announce a guild that sounded like a good fit on Trade chat in one of the cities.Asynchronous invites and accepts would be a good addition to how the system works right now.
12-07-2011 @ 8:49AM
"And I've never received a single response to my requests."Part of the problem is, as a guild leader/officer, there is NO announcement that you have a person looking to become a new member, short of downloading a mod, and then the mod gets danged annoying. It's easy to forget to go check the notices on a regular basis.
12-07-2011 @ 10:58AM
I've taken to trying to check our finder every couple days and sending letters to people--even though we say in the Finder that we don't recruit from it, go to our website for info. It's there to tell people we exist more than anything.
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