Players in a Friends Chat channel send messages in the same way as with public chat, except using a slash (/) at the beginning of every line.The slash does not appear when the message is displayed.They can also set a channel name of up to twelve characters, which will appear on the side of the chat box to indicate something said on that channel.Censorship still applies to the channel name, and Jagex has made it so the word "mod" cannot be included in the name either (e.g. The words Staff, and Admin are included in this censor.If you want to meet new people, Face Flow makes it really easy to meet people from all around the world.There are public chatrooms in which you can chat with other members and you can browse member profiles to make new friends.A leading slash will not be removed if the Friends Chat channel is accessed through the Lobby.
To start using Face Flow, you only need to sign up and add people into your contact list.
Once this is done, the player is able to send messages to other players in the channel by writing messages in the public chat box with a slash before them.
The Friends Chat interface shows the name and creator of the channel the player is currently chatting on.
Similarly to public chat, any messages sent in a chat channel are seen by all players in that channel, except if the sender is on any player's ignore list or vice versa.
Friends Chat is available to everyone, and was released in the Clan Chat update on 6 August 2007.