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how_to_run_a_tabletop_rpg_game_online [2013/05/29 17:19]
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 This article is not about online tools to support face-to-face table play. This article is not about online tools to support face-to-face table play.
  
------- ​Scheduling a Game ------+===== Scheduling a Game =====
  
 To schedule a game, I prefer to use http://​doodle.com -- It's a free online scheduler. You create a proposal and mark off a few suggested time slots on whatever dates you're free. You'll then get a link to a poll. To schedule a game, I prefer to use http://​doodle.com -- It's a free online scheduler. You create a proposal and mark off a few suggested time slots on whatever dates you're free. You'll then get a link to a poll.
  
------- ​Using Google+ Video Hangouts ​------+===== Using Google+ Video Hangouts ​=====
  
 Create a post on Google+ (or anywhere else you'd like) asking people to fill out the Doodle poll, and include the link to the Doodle poll. Create a post on Google+ (or anywhere else you'd like) asking people to fill out the Doodle poll, and include the link to the Doodle poll.
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 When it's time for the game, go to Google+. click the Hangouts button, type the appropriate people'​s names to add them to the Hangout, then click the Video icon to start a video Hangout with them. Boom! When it's time for the game, go to Google+. click the Hangouts button, type the appropriate people'​s names to add them to the Hangout, then click the Video icon to start a video Hangout with them. Boom!
  
------- ​Using Google+ Communities ​------+===== Using Google+ Communities ​=====
  
 If you want to play a game using text posts, you can use Google+ Communities,​ which are subject-specific forums within Google+. Anyone can create a Community. If you want to play a game using text posts, you can use Google+ Communities,​ which are subject-specific forums within Google+. Anyone can create a Community.

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