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T.Mugen navigation pane allows you to switch between channels (groups) and users. The channel you are currently on is displayed at the very top.

  • All tab shows all available channels and users as a plain list.
  • Channels tab shows the list of channels.
  • Users tab shows the list of users.
  • Recent tab shows the channels and users you have recently communicated with.

If there are unread group or one-to-one messages, the number of messages is shown next to the corresponding tab name.


To quickly find a channel or a user in a long list, start typing any part of its name in the search box at the top of the navigation pane. The list is automatically filtered to display only entries whose names contain the provided text.

To return to the full list, clear the text in the search box. You can do it by clicking Clear icon in the input field.


Channels and users can be sorted by their names or unique identifiers. Simply select a required sort order from the drop-down list at the top of the navigation pane.


On the All tab, channels are always displayed above users, regardless of the sort order.

Channel information

For each channel, the following information is displayed:

Channel information

  1. Channel name.

  2. Number of users.

  3. The last group message, regardless of the originator.

  4. A brief list of online users in the channel.

  5. Channel communication status:

    • Active - you are currently listening to the channel.
    • Speaking - someone (including you) is speaking to the channel.
    • Disallowed - you are not allowed to listen to the channel.
  6. Navigate to the group chat.

  7. The number of unread group messages in the channel.

User information

For each user, the following information is displayed:

User information

  1. User name.

  2. User availability:

    • Highlighted - online;
    • Grayed - offline.
  3. The name of the channel the user is currently on, or the channel to which the offline user was joined before disconnecting.

  4. The last group or one-to-one message sent to or received from the user.

  5. Indicates that the user location information is available.

  6. User actions:

    • Open one-to-one chat;
    • Show the user on the map.
  7. The number of unread one-to-one messages received from the user.