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Real Time Chat Added To Hadit.com For Forum Members


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This is a chat room for members of the HadIt.com site, the same rules and guidelines for the forums apply to the chat room. This is just an addition I want to add so if you want you can chat with each other in real time. I hope it works out and you find it useful.The maximum amount of users in the chat room at one is time is 20 currently, let's see how that goes and we will go from there. the are tabs at the top of the forums they say Forums | Members | Calendar | Blogs | Chat just click chat agree to abide by the rules and guidelines the same as the forum and go on in and take a look around, Important Do Not Give Your Personal Information Over The Internet, People are not always who they say they are. This is true not just for HadIt.com, but the entire web. Be Safe.

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Pretty nifty! I went to go test it, but no one else was on it this early yet... I will wait. :wink:

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This is a chat room for members of the HadIt.com site, the same rules and guidelines for the forums apply to the chat room. This is just an addition I want to add so if you want you can chat with each other in real time. I hope it works out and you find it useful.The maximum amount of users in the chat room at one is time is 20 currently, let's see how that goes and we will go from there. the are tabs at the top of the forums they say Forums | Members | Calendar | Blogs | Chat just click chat agree to abide by the rules and guidelines the same as the forum and go on in and take a look around, Important Do Not Give Your Personal Information Over The Internet, People are not always who they say they are. This is true not just for HadIt.com, but the entire web. Be Safe.

I love it thanks for all your hard work!! Been there done that. I know it takes tons of time and effort in keeping a website up and running. Real time chat will just add to the greatness of this all ready great forum. HOOOO RAh

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It may be a good idea to invite Members to use the room at a convenient time.

My suggestion may be right after SVR Radio or say 8 PM on weekdays. Another way is to check who is online and invite them.

If there is a member who would consider being in room at a rearranged time it would help it.

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ahead of you on that pete, thought of that and we can certainly do that, but first we have to see how this goes. right now our plan includes 20 in the chat room at once. i want to see what bumps in the road we might run into, before we integrate it with SVR. i am cautious and like to see if little things break, before i i make them big things :)

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Aw cmon Tbird, put your mortgage on the line and roll the dice ;P

Ya, like Pete said if there's a certain time arranged I'd check it out- my "other" chat room doesn't usually get populated til 8pm or so PST.

And we SURE appreciate all of your hard work on everyone's behalf!

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well for right now the chat is open 24 hours a day that way if you see someone is on the board, you can message them and ask them to join you in the chat room. but i will put a time up. From the table below which is over a one year period you can see what are the most active time of day the site has. Now this is the whole site not just the forum.

Below is a chart based on a 24 Hour Clock for the time period June 3 2009 through July 3 2010

June 3 2009 - July 3 2010

1,945.80 Average Visits per day

Hour of the day/Number of Visitors

0:00:00 20,649

1:00:00 12,260

2:00:00 8,826

3:00:00 7,846

4:00:00 8,725

5:00:00 11,110

6:00:00 17,415

7:00:00 27,044

8:00:00 36,276

9:00:00 41,772

10:00:00 44,941

11:00:00 44,235

12:00:00 45,797

13:00:00 47,077

14:00:00 46,552

15:00:00 45,692

16:00:00 42,873

17:00:00 40,522

18:00:00 41,412

19:00:00 41,252

20:00:00 41,437

21:00:00 39,540

22:00:00 32,691

23:00:00 24,594

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