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How can I control how others see me in their contact list and who can contact me?
September 19, 2013
You can create privacy lists to control who sees your status on their contact list when you are online or when your status is "Do Not Disturb." These lists apply to all your server communities. If you have access to external communities, you can set who can chat with you from those communities. See the following topics to learn more about setting your privacy preferences.
Choose who can see when you are online
Individuals on this privacy list can see your status, or are excluded from seeing your status, when you are online. If you set this privacy list so that someone cannot see you when you are online, you do not see them when they are online either.
Choose who can chat with you when your status is set to Do Not Disturb
You can create a list of specific people who can see your status as Available, even when your status is Do Not Disturb.
Allow members of external communities to contact you
If you have access to external server communities, members of those communities might need to grant you permission before you can add them to your contact list. You might also need to grant permission to them before they can add you to their contact lists. After permission is granted, your status displays for them and you can chat with each other.
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