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Basic concepts

This page will tell you about the different words you might encounter when reading these docs or in the support server

Connection

Could be referenced as a cross-chat (a chat across multiple servers)
A connection is like a group, created using the /create command. Each connection can have multiple channels connected to it (/connect) and all of those channels will have the same messages displayed.
Each user can have up to 2 connections. Patrons can this bypass by a set amount depending on their active membership tier. Learn more about Patreon Perks

Connected Channel

Could be referenced as a cChannel (stands for connectedChannel)
Connected channels are channels that have been "connected" or added to a connection. These channels usually share messages with all other cChannels in their connection. You can add a channel to a connection using the /connect command.
Each user can have up to 20 cChannels. Patrons can bypass this by a set amount depending on their active membership tier. Learn more about Patreon Perks

CrossMessage

Could be referenced as a cMessage or a Cross-Message
CrossMessages are messages that have been duplicated over to other connected channels. These usually have the same content, embeds, files, profile pictures, etc...

Channel connecting

Channel connecting, channel connection, and all its other variants, refer to the act of adding a channel to a connection.
This is not to be confused with Connected Channel, an already added channel
This is not to be confused with Connection, a group of multiple Connected Channels