WoW introduced a separate trade chat window for the promotion of services

It's more difficult to set up a Trade Chat window.

The World of Warcraft team will be adding the games Trade chat window this week and is now developing Patch 9.2.7.

When Patch 9.2.7 comes live today, Trade chat will be divided into two windows. The traditional version of the chat window still exists for players to sell goods and items, and crafting materials. It’s the new “trade” window, with the aim of securing the goods for players, to sell a product such as dungeons, raids or the PvP ladder.

According to Blizzard, players who have gained careers are now welcome to advertise their craft and creating services in the already existing version of Trade chat.

The trade (Services) channel is going live alongside the change that lets certain items listed within the games Auction House region-wide, rather than restricted to one server. According to Patch 9.2.7, gems, flasks, herbs, food and other commodities can be bought and sold globally. While preserving the world of WoWs, these items were only available to select server versions of the auction house.

Following the announcement of a new strategy, the player should avoid using gold-based boosting services advertised outside the new channel as spam. Any boosting, carry or any other similar services offered for gold that is advertised outside the trade service chat channel will be considered spam and effective actions will be taken, explained Blizzard earlier today.

WoW Patch 9.2.7 is going live when the server restarts a weekly maintenance service around the world. North American players should expect to see the patch later today. European players will receive the change on Wednesday, Aug. 17.

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