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12/4/2007 10:55:16 PM
[b]Clan support is back! A short manual and 5 minutes work.[/b] Guys, girls, in a way clan support is back, thanks to Xbox Live Programming and the latest update! By creating a free Silver account on Xbox Live (and a new Live ID) you are able to group members again, called clans! [b]What do you need to do to create a clan?[/b] - Create a valid Live ID with your email account or sign up for a new one ([url]http://accountservices.passport.net[/url]) - Create a new gamertag as Clan name, for example THE BEST SNIPERS ([url]http://www.xbox.com/en-US/myxbox/myprofile.htm[/url]) - Activate the new gamertag and login on Xbox Live ([url]http://www.xbox.com[/url]) - When logged in, you can click on “View Friends” and add new members to the clan -list If you want to use the gamertag (clan name) with your Xbox 360, you should create a new account in the Dashboard. - First you need to make sure the Xbox 360 Live is connected to the internet. - If you are signed in to a profile, sign out. - Then go on the Xbox Live section in the dashboard to Join Xbox Live. - Then press the A button twice and follow the steps on the screen. - During the creation of your profile you will be asked to choose the membership type you want either Silver membership or Gold membership. [i]I recommend you to choose Silver membership if you don’t want to pay at all, it’s for free![/i] As for the first three Xbox 360 Live profiles you are eligible for 1 Free month Gold trial if you choose Silver membership. It will be upgraded automatically to Gold but only for 1 month free. After this month you will be downgraded to Silver or you can extend your subscription either for 1 month, 3 month or 12 month using either a credit card (Visa card, Master card or American Express ) or a prepaid card. [b]Now you can team up as a clan, just like in the old days! [/b] [u]Clan functionality[/u] - Clan invites made by the owner (Overlord) - Clan invite requests made by member (add friends, or use of private messages or email) - Clan member overview for all, including game play and online status - Clan control by one person (or share passwords and Live ID) - Use of symbols for ranking - Make more friends and preferred members - Optimized use of the message system for invites and announcements - Able to have clan matches again, you can send mass invites - Having the community feeling again - An online clan members list (xbox.com) - Not only for Halo 3 (sorry Bungie, but it’s true) - and much more... [i]To know if an clan name is not a member name, you can come up with:[/i] 1) TPG (as Community name) 2) CROW (as clan name) 3) LV (as division) [b]Result: TPG CROW LV (uppercase to indentify clan names or add the text CLAN if you have space left).[/b] Well, that’s all folks, cya online! Cheers! TPG Woozy Add on: In your game or Dashboard, go to your friend list for the overview and select a friend. Pick his/ her Personal Information (second Tab) and click View Friends… but it can be a clan name too! Get it? [Edited on 12.05.2007 5:24 AM PST]

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