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New FetSwing.com Application -‚ú® FetSwing.chat January 6th, 2020

FetRooms Free Chat and Video Chat

Channel = A FetRoom

User = A FetSwinger


How To Set Up The FetRooms Mobile Application 3 Steps


Join FetSwing.com it's free

After Joining


Step One Download RocketChat





#2  Step 2

Login To The Server

‚Üí After logging into the app

Server Info

  server:      Https://fetswing.chat

#3 Step Three

Login Using FetSwing.com 

Same username and Password as utilized on FetSwing

Expanded Details and Instructions Below



All App Downloads Available Here




 FetRooms - Group Chat - Private Chat - Video Chat 

   FetRooms Chat Application - Set-Up    

   Set up is only required for the first-time utilization    






 * server URL   https://fetswing.chat

    3. Login to  FetRooms. Select      Continue with FetSwing    




   If your    FetSwing    Primary email is associated with a Google email, you may log in utilizing Google Oauth    


   4. Enter your FetSwing username and password    


   5. Welcome to FetRooms   




 How to Change your Avatar (FetRooms Profile Photo) 


 Click on the top left corner (on your avatar) 


   FetRooms Change Your Profile Avatar   

    Select Profile to Change Avatar and Other Settings    

Fetrooms, Avatar

    Go to My Account Tab   

 Chat and Video Chat 





 FetRooms Are organized into channels. Channels are chat rooms with many useful features. 


  There are three kinds of channels:     public channels,     private groups, and direct (1-on-1) messages.  



Public channels 

   Free channels     (also called channels for short) are the most critical kind. Use channels for conversations that are open to your entire team. Anyone in your group can join a channel.  

  Channels make it easy to find what’s going on with your team. New team members can join a channel and read all the information previously shared by other users.  

  When in doubt, create a channel. Public conversations help you build a knowledge base of your organization with minimal effort. For example, create a pathway for a company department or to discuss a specific programming language.  


 Private groups 


   Private groups are closed channels. They are visible only to their members. Use private groups for subjects that are sensitive, confidential, or limited to a small group of team members.  

  Private groups can be joined by invitation only. The administrator sets the permissions that determine who can invite others to a closed group. By default, only administrators, room owners, and moderators can invite others to private rooms.  


 Direct Messages 


   Direct messages (DMs)     are private, 1-on-1 conversations between team members. You can think of a DM as a private group with only two members.  


 Listing channels 


¬†¬†The public and private channels you are watching are listed in the left sidebar under the ‚ÄúChannels‚ÄĚ sections.¬†¬†

  Public channels are indicated by a hash symbol next to the channel name, and private channels by a lock. Open channels appear. First, individual channels below them, and each group will be ordered alphabetically.  

 Unread messages 


  When a channel has new messages, its name will be highlighted on the channel list.  

¬†¬†If using Unread Mode, a new section called ‚ÄúUnread‚ÄĚ will appear on the left sidebar, and all channels with unread messages will be moved to this new section.¬†¬†

¬†¬†To activate Unread Mode, you must go to Preferences under My Account and change the ‚ÄúSidebar channel list mode‚ÄĚ setting to ‚ÄúUnread Rooms Mode.‚Ä̬†¬†




  When someone mentions you with     @username    ,     @all     or     @here    , a symbol or a number will appear alongside the channel name. If you were referred and would show. If someone mentions     @all     or     @here     a number will show up showing the number of times you were mentioned.  


 Notifications Preferences 


  There is a number of settings about notifications that a user can customize, especially to channels. One can find these settings under the section of the channel whose notification settings are to change.  

  • ¬†¬†Mute/Receive alerts:¬†¬† ¬†¬†Users can choose to receive or not any notifications from a channel.¬†

  • ¬†¬†Mute/Receive mentions:¬†¬† ¬†¬†Users can choose not to receive notifications for mentions while receiving notifications for messages on a channel.¬†

  • ¬†¬†Hide/Show counter:¬†¬† ¬†¬†Users can choose whether to show the number of unread messages for a channel.¬†

  • ¬†¬†Notification sound:¬†¬† ¬†¬†Currently, users can also choose a tone for notifications besides the alerts for the¬†¬† ¬†¬†Desktop¬†¬† ¬†¬†whereas¬†¬† ¬†¬†Mobile¬†¬† ¬†¬†Currently supports only the signals. One can select when to play the audio, duration of the sound, and also the music itself.¬†


 Joining new channels and starting direct messages 


  There are three ways of joining a public channel; you can either search for it, be invited to it, or be mentioned in it.  

¬†¬†For starting a direct message, you can either search the user you want to talk or click on that user's avatar and click on the ‚ÄúConversation Button.‚Ä̬†¬†

  To search for channels and users, use the search bar under your account box. Alternatively, you can press Ctrl/Cmd + k to access the search bar quickly.  

  A search will find channels (including the ones you are part of) and users. Private channels can’t be searched.  

  When you click in a search result, the following can happen:  

  • ¬†If the result is a channel, and you already aren‚Äôt part of it, you will join that channel;¬†

  • ¬†If the result is a user, you will start a direct message with that user;¬†


 Leaving channels 


  There are two notions of leaving a channel:  

  1.  To hide a channel is to remain a member of the chain but to remove it from your list of channels on the left-hand pane. 

  2.  To leave a channel is to remove it from your list of channels and to move the channel     (i.e., no longer be a member of the channel). 

  Every channel has an owner, and the owner of a channel cannot leave a channel until setting someone else as the owner of that channel.  

  To     leave     a channel, enter the command     /part     or     /leave     In the message window. Alternatively, hover your mouse over the channel in the list of channels on the left-hand side and click on the button.  

  To hide a channel, hover your mouse over the channel in the list of channels on the left-hand side and click on the button.  


 Creating Channels 


  To create a channel, you need to click on the plus a button that is alongside the channel search bar.  

  This will open a pop-up, and there you can set the name of that channel if it is public or private, set it to read-only, broadcast it, and invite users.  

  In read-only channels, me