Kick People In Party Chat

I think I speak for 99% of people here, let us kick people out of parties.  If someone joins and everyone hates them and/or they are annoying by playing music, screaming, etc., we shouldn't have to all mute them or ALL leave and join make another party.  Just add a kicking feature for annoying people.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 174 Applies to:

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Set party to friends only?? But yeah, there should be a kick function for the party leader.

Parties are so glitches and laggy right now, half the time invite only doesn't even work.  

How about you remove the person from your friends list? I dont let people on my friends list who I dont like and wont play with. Tell your friends to do the same.

However, 24hrs. With how the Xbox One currently works where there is no 'Invite to Game', we have to create Party Chats for friends to join our matches on some games and if someone joins the Party but doesn't join our match, they can completely screw up the 'Join match' function as most of the time, it makes other people join them instead of me/us. And we can't kick out that one person who isn't in our match, messing up other people from joining so we have to create a new Party.

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It really is a big headache!

Just block them; that'll fix you up nice & quick...

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However, 24hrs. With how the Xbox One currently works where there is no 'Invite to Game', we have to create Party Chats for friends to join our matches on some games and if someone joins the Party but doesn't join our match, they can completely screw up the 'Join match' function as most of the time, it makes other people join them instead of me/us. And we can't kick out that one person who isn't in our match, messing up other people from joining so we have to create a new Party.

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It really is a big headache!

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Fair enough. But that has zero to do with what the OP is talking about.

I have to say . It is really important that you can remove from a party people again . especially if several players are in a party and you are in a game looks the one inviting you someone. One knows that person is not , but what do you do if that person is more than uncomfortable? Do you really want 5 or more for a party leave just because of a single ?

We really do not trust new people to invite . because we always meet people on could prevent ( music, etc.) or are insulting and condescending. Unfortunately, you can no longer see the region from which they originate. So it happens that you just inviting you someone you can not communicate because he does not speak the same language . Unfortunately, the person makes of it a fun and stays because he knows no one can do anything .

We, my friends and me. are certainly not willing to take the risk to constantly open a new party , so you can meet new people, not really . This really needs to be created remedy .

and the statement that I read here . the host of this function exploits , well that comes but still very much rarer than people who come to the lobby and be insulting there. why they like even always do !

I for my part need the certainty that people who do not know how to behave can be removed from the party again. In addition, a calendar identifier is really desirable in order to escape the fear for a language barrier

This text has been generated by an automatic translator. I'm sorry if the grammar is not in order, but I hope that could be understood :).

Make it invite only.

If all else fails, you can MAKE them leave. If someone, who isn't supposed to be in my party, were to somehow make their way into my party, I make the party very unpleasant for them. I've never had anyone stay longer than 5 minutes.

Just play loud music and get the others in the party to play music the wiggles one direction miley cyrus whatever it takes. That wjll make em leave.

It invite only is a great option/setting.

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