Challenge Accepted is a web-based app that turns your to-do list into a quest log, and turns you into a bold adventurer. Earn experience points for your real-life adventures by treating them like quests in your favorite role-playing games. Are you ready to join the battle?
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Questing is always more rewarding when adventurers band together. If there are other adventurers in the lands of GetYeDone with whom you’d like to join forces, why not invite them to a party?
To create a party, go to the party management page. and click “Create New Party.” As the Leader of a party, you are the only one who can edit a party's visibility, join rules, and description.
After you’ve created a party, you can invite other adventurers to join you, using the “Invite Adventurers To Party” button on the party info page. Invitees can choose to either accept the invitation or decline it, via their own party management page.
To join an existing party, go to the party info page and click either “Petition” (visible party) or “Join” (open party). “Petition” will submit a request for membership to the party for approval; “Join” will automatically add you to the open party. (Note: you cannot request to join an invisible party; you must be added from within.)
As a member of a party, you can track other party members on the Tourney Rankings right from the party info page, communicate with other party members via a party noticeboard, and even chat! In the future, you will be able to create quests/odysseys to complete jointly with other party members.
On the party creation page, you will be asked to make some choices about settings. Depending on which options you choose, your party’s visibility and join rules will be different.
A party’s visibility setting impacts how public the party will be.
A party’s join rules impact who can invite new members to the party. Open parties don’t need a join rule, because anybody can join them.
Still have questions? Head over to the “Parties” section of the FAQ: you may just find the answers you seek...