WoW AutoInvites addon Shadowlands/Burning Crusade Classic 2021
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AutoInvites

Game Version: 1.13.2
Total Downloads: 4,587
Updated: Aug 8, 2020
Created: Sep 13, 2019
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1.1 release 3.93 KB Aug 8, 2020 1.13.2 0 download AutoInvites 1.1 releaseDownload
1.0 release 3.94 KB Jul 19, 2020 1.13.2 1,244 download AutoInvites 1.0 releaseDownload
AutoInvite beta 2.76 KB Sep 13, 2019 1.13.2 3,343 download AutoInvites AutoInvite betaDownload

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This addon is fairly simple and has a few options. You can set these values in the Interface Options -> Addons -> AutoInvite options window.

1. Enable/Disable

2. Set Invite Keyword

3. Set Channel Broadcast Name

 

Please note that this addon does not automatically convert to raid or convert to party. 

 

 

There is a list of slash commands to hopefully make things easier to set on the fly if you do not want to open up the options window. 

 

/autoinvite, /autoinvite help

These slash commands will display the help information in the chat window. 

 

/autoinvite enable 

Enables AutoInvite functionality. This means if anyone whispers the keyword then you will automatically invite them. 

 

/autoinvite disable

Disables AutoInvite functionality. If anyone whispers you the keyword it will not invite them. 

 

/autoinvite b [keyword], /autoinvite broadcast [keyword]

Broadcasts a message to the channel specified in the options. Example: "Whisper me 'invite' for invite."

The [keyword] portion is optional.

 

Examples

/autoinvite b jed - Broadcasts message to specified chat channel in options and sets keyword to 'jed '. 

/autoinvite b - Broadcasts message to specified chat channel in options.

 

/autoinvite keyword [keyword], /autoinvite k [keyword]

If the optional [keyword] is specified then it will change the keyword to the user input. If no keyword is specified then it prints out the currently set keyword in your chat frame.

 

Examples

/autoinvite k jed – Sets invite keyword to 'jed'. 

/autoinvite k – Displays current invite keyword in chat frame. 

 

/autoinvite channel [channel], /autoinvite c [channel]

If the optional [channel] is specified then it will change the keyword to the user input. If no channel is specified then it prints out the currently set channel in your chat frame.

 

Examples

/autoinvite c SAY – Sets channel name to SAY chat and when broadcasting message it will send it in say chat. 

/autoinvite c GUILD – Sets channel name to GUILD chat and when broadcasting message it will send it in guild chat. 

/autoinvite c – Displays current channel name in chat frame. 

 

 

 

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