You can scroll through the list to find your favorite buddies, or search their name in the search box.
You can also open up a DM with a friend, then click the "Add Friends to DM" button.
You'll need to add your friends to your friends list first.
Once you've got that part covered, open your friends list, and check out the new group DM button: Clicking the button will bring up a window of everyone on your friends list that you can add to your newly-created group DM.
As long as there's one person left in a call, anyone else in the group can join back in!
Pro Tip: Sure, there's a big red button labeled "leave call", but if you wanna see the fruits of our hard-earned labor, click the same call button in the top menu bar.
You can un-pin them, or jump directly to where they were in chat by clicking the "jump" icon, and show them to your friends. If you want to add users to the current group DM you're in, you can use this button.
Anyone in the group can initiate a call at any moment, and you can join a pre-existing call by pressing this button as well.
When you're in a call, you'll see avatars pop up for anyone who's joining, starting a call will summon all other members in the group chat, though they'll have to click "Join Call" to participate: We'll get more into the group call function in a bit.
That same call button we looked at in the group DM screen? This'll start a private call between just the two of you. This town's not big enough for the two of us, and there's only one way out. While we went over the basic ways to maneuver your way through group calls, the list of steps here isn't all-inclusive.
We've included a lot of the same steps in various right-click menus, so you can find whichever way works best for you in any combination of steps!
Additionally, you can rename the group DM by clicking the DM title at the top of the client window. Since Group and Private Calls (1:1 calls, direct calls, whatever you'd like to call them) function a little differently, we'll break them into two separate sections.