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Friends

Friends are a friendship function and are a two-way relationship between two users. It is initiated by one user and accepted by the other.

Where is list of Friends displayed?

Your Friends are displayed on the 'My Friends' you can access this page from the Header Link 'My Friends', or from the User Control Panel Link 'Edit Friends'.

Note: If you don't See this Link you don't have any Friends, didn't send any Request or you didn't have any Pending Friend Requests.

Your Friends are also displayed in your profile page.

How can I request a User as Friend or accept a Friend Request?

To request a user as Friend, view the profile page of the person you want to become friends with and click the 'Add as Friend' link.

To accept a Friend request friend, go to your 'My Friends' page. On the Tab 'Pending Requests' you see The List of Users with pending requests. There you have three choices...

  • Approve - You Become Friend of the User who requests it
  • Deny - Reject the request
  • Approve and Add - You become Friend of the User who requests it, and also the User becomes a Friend in your List.

Remove Friend

To remove a Friend from Your List go to your 'My Friends' page. On the Tab 'Friend List' Click on the Button 'Remove Friend' of the User you want to remove

Your Requests

The Third Tab of the 'My Friends' Page shows your the Pending Request you have made.


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