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 +====== Channel Creation ======
 +The basic means of communicating to a group of users in an established IRC session is through a channel. Channels on a network can be displayed using the IRC command LIST, which lists all currently available channels that do not have the modes +s or +p set, on that particular network.
 +Users can join a channel using the JOIN command, in most clients available as ''/​join #​channelname''​. Messages sent to the joined channels are then relayed to all other users. If you'd like to create your own channel, follow the steps below. ​
 +=====Creating a Channel=====
 +To create a channel, join one that doesn'​t exist, with:
 +>''/​join #​my_fancy_channel''​
 +=====Registering a channel=====
 +To register a channel you'll need a [[registering|verified account]] and to be opped (+o) on the channel you wish to register.
 +If these limitations have been met, you can register the channel with the following command:
 +>''/​msg ChanServ register #​channel''​
 +=====Managing the access list=====
 +The access list manages the user's levels of access to the channel. On Goat.Chat we have five templates:
 +  * FOUNDER: The owner of the channel. Founders have all channel privileges. A channel can have up to 4 founders.
 +  * SOP: Super operator. Can give and remove lesser (AOP, HOP and VOP) privileges and manage the channel'​s settings and modes. SOP's have all of the functions of AOP's.
 +  * AOP: Regular operator. Can kick, ban users, etc. AOP's have all of the functions of HOP's.
 +  * HOP: Half operator (or halfop). Same as a regular operator, but can't kick or ban regular operators or other halfops. HOP's have all of the functions of VOP.
 +  * VOP: Voice. Cannot kick nor ban users. Voices are the only privilege above regular users and send messages to the channel when the channel mode is moderated (+m). VOPs can not be banned, can join when the channel is invite-only,​ and can see the channel'​s access list.
 +You can have a granular control over the access list. For more information check ''/​msg ChanServ help flags''​
 +To add a user to the access list, use: 
 +>''/​msg ChanServ access <#​channel>​ add <​user>​ <​template>''​
 +To delete a user from the access list, use: 
 +>''/​msg ChanServ access <#​channel>​ del <​user>''​
 +You can see the access list with: 
 +>''/​msg ChanServ access <#​channel>​ list''​
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