Our site, MmoGah.com has been followed the news about the Elder Scrolls Online update 11 recently, now here comes the latest guide -- the ESO update 11 guide: text chat on consoles!
Update 11, we're giving you the option to use text chat on Xbox One and PlayStation®4
as a way to communicate with other ESO players. This has been a long-requested
feature, and we're excited to give you some insight as to how it's going to
it's worth noting that text chat is off by default, and can be enabled a few
different ways. If you already have a keyboard connected, you can simply press
Enter to open the text chat HUD. Alternatively, you can press the Menu and Map
buttons on your controller simultaneously. You can also go to the Social
settings menu to turn the HUD chat display on (and you'll find options to
change the text size and profanity filter here, too!).
you've enabled text chat, the window will appear when other players send
messages, and will fade after a short time if nobody's talking. You can also
open the window yourself by pressing Enter or backslash. You'll find that
almost all the same channels are available on console as is currently on PC
(with the exception of language-specific zone channels), and all the common
slash commands work as well such as /zone, /whisper, and emotes. Collections
and items can also be directly linked in chat as well, but keep in mind there
is a 350 character limit for each message.
More details are here: https://www.mmogah.com/news/title/the-eso-update-11-guide-text-chat-on-consoles