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Starting a chat is very simple for both AOL Desktop and AIM users and is as follows: Sponsored by AOL, lets members chat with each other during single player and multi-player games.When you join a game, a chat box displays to the right and connects you with other people playing the same game.AIM buddy chats are private chats between members using AOL's instant messaging service and require an invitation to participate.Designed for general conversation, buddy chats are useful for chatting with members who don't use AOL Desktop but have access to the AIM software.Chat rooms created by members can be either private or public, and private chats require that you know the name of the chat room to participate. After you access the Created by AOL Members chat list, click "Start Your Own Chat" or "Enter or Start Private Chat" on the right.You can then type the private chat room's name to join an existing room or set up your own private room.Since both buddy chats and People Connection chats use a special protocol within AIM or AOL Desktop, there's no specific web address you can use to visit the rooms outside the programs.Chat rooms on the AOL Games website, on the other hand, are accessible through any web browser.
These boundaries are not intended to restrict your fun, but rather to make your experience more enjoyable as you will not be abused or made to feel uncomfortable. * To be more specific: - Respect the religious, cultural, racial and political differences of other members.The software you'll need to download depends on the types of chat rooms you want to join.While you can only access the People Connection chat rooms through AOL Desktop for Windows or for Mac, you can create and participate in AIM buddy chats with both the AOL Desktop software and the standalone AOL IM (AIM) software.AOL People Connection is the main home to dozens of chat rooms grouped into two categories: chat rooms created by AOL and chat rooms created by members.Chats in both groups focus on a specific topic, such as health, hobbies, arts and entertainment, games, food, celebrities, geographical location, pets, politics, friendship, travel, and sports.