Clan size limit of 205? Too small!

  • So my ANZ clan seems to have hit the members limit of 205.

    Just some feedback Blizz, please increase this! I know 205 may seem like a lot to some people but it's tiny when trying to get a bunch of people playing at the same time across multiple timezones etc.

    Maybe it's because I'm trying to fit 2 countries into one clan, but still!

    The ANZ community is loving having a clan for us to find other ANZ people, I'd truly hate to have to start picking and choosing who to allow in based off what? How often people play? I wanted to support both the casual player and the more hardcore people.

    ANZ need this! (And I'd hope the rest of the world wouldn't mind bigger clans as well ;))
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  • 02/04/2014 04:18 PMPosted by Narull
    Maybe it's because I'm trying to fit 2 countries into one clan, but still!

    That might be part of it. ;P

    Clans and Communities in the current build had some experimental caps while we evaluated what would work best in a live environment. Bear in mind that there are some technical limitations we considered when it came to choosing these caps, and we've tried to make allowances where possible without sacrificing performance.

    Clans are intended for smaller, more intimate groups of players. When 2.0.1 launches, the cap should be 120 for Clans.

    Communities, on the other hand, are meant for larger player groups, and you can designate your Community by category (including but not limited to Classes, Regional, and Game Type). They will have no membership cap; however, if the roster exceeds 100 players, only Officers will be visible in the Members Roster.
  • 02/04/2014 10:00 PMPosted by Narull
    No one seems to know and/or bother to turn on chat for a community and even if you do it's turned off every time you relogin

    I've passed this feedback on. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. =)

    02/04/2014 10:00 PMPosted by Narull
    Plus even if you do turn on chat there is no easy way to tell community chat from clan chat.

    What makes it difficult to differentiate? Is it only in certain situations? Clans should show up in bright green chat text while communities are in a tan color. The name of the community you're chatting in should also be displayed before the text.

    *Edited for derp. Thanks Melkor!
  • 02/05/2014 01:32 PMPosted by Melkor
    Nev, ya said clans twice.

    Feexed. Thanks!