Browsing for Raids
March 31st by Kaivax

Did you know that you can find a raid group automatically with the in-game Raid Browser?

Most players are quite familiar with how useful the Dungeon Finder tool can be for finding groups to tackle 5-person dungeons. The Raid Browser is the Dungeon Finder’s often-overlooked sibling, and you’ll find it waiting patiently in your Social window.

Just open the Social window (default key: “O”) and select the Raid tab, then click “Open Raid Browser.”

You may now choose from a list of raids for which your character is eligible.  Check one or more, then click “List My Name” to be placed into the queue for those raids.  If you would like to leave a comment for other players to see as they browse players, type it into the field at the bottom of the window and then click “Set Comment.”

To see a list of characters who are currently browsing for raids, choose the “Browse” tab on the bottom of the window. Perhaps you’re just the player they’re looking for!


We're always on the lookout for useful functions in World of Warcraft that seem overlooked.  Do you know of one?  Tell us about it in the comments below.


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