So I can't find a definitive answer on google. If you put yourself as "appear offline" In the launcher app, when you get into let's say WoW for instance, will you still be appear offline in game. I know there is a friends list for your character, as well as the Battle.net friends list. so I was wondering if you'll appear offline for the ladder. Blizzard's Appear Offline Mode Spotted in a Hearthstone Update. In today's Hearthstone patch, we've spotted a few new strings which indicate the appear offline functionality that players have been asking for from Blizzard may finally be on the horizon. This is further backed up by changes to game code to support the functionality.
Literally all of my Blizzard games require an update right now, so I can't test anything more specific for D3, SC2, HS or HotS. And my internet is slow so it will probably be a few hours. I believe SC2 can be played in campaign mode offline, but it's been a while since I bothered. I know D3 requires a connection, so you're stuck there.
Blizzard appear offline. The option to appear invisible was anounced back in 2012 but was missing from Battle.net for a long time and a 2014 tweet mentioned that it wouldn't be included for some time.. New Update: It's Here: As of October 2017 the option to appear offline is implemented in the beta version of the Blizzard Battle.net app and will come to the standard version later. The appear offline option would allow you to appear offline at the Battle.net level, but any list that tracked an individual character (Friends/Guild), still listed you when you logged into that character. When Communities was introduced there were some odd behaviors, which I believe included some players appearing offline in the Community. Appear OfflineAppear offline allows you to set your status to show you as “offline” to your Blizzard friends while remaining connected to Battle.net. This means you can launch the app and game away without distraction.Appearing offline will show you as offline to everyone in your Blizzard friends list.
An Appear Offline option has rolled out to all Blizzard Battle.net users — and had previously been available to users of the beta launcher — to much rejoicing, but Battle.net’s chat system received an overhaul, too. The new Social tab in the launcher will organize all of your active conversations, and through the Groups feature, you can. Blizzard Entertainment is adding new social features to its desktop Battle.net app, including the long-requested ability to appear offline when logging into the service. Introducing new social features now available in the beta version of the Blizzard Battle.net® desktop app: the new Social tab, Blizzard Groups, profiles, avatars, and the ability to appear offline!To help get these into as many players’ hands as possible, starting today the beta version of the app is open to you and your friends—no invitation required.
Appearing offline will show you as offline to everyone in your Blizzard friends list both in the Battle.net app and in-game. Gameplay and game-specific features such as matchmaking are unaffected while you are appearing offline. Note that in the case of World of Warcraft, you will still appear online as your character in-game. Blizzard have said before a major reason for not having Appear Offline is that the have this ridiculous idea that people are going to log in to WoW, hit 'O', look at their friends list, see that everyone's offline, and people are just going to alt-F4 and not play. Players showing online or in game despite being offline; Players showing offline despite being online or in game (without having appear as offline enabled) Players showing as away/busy/etc when they’re not set to that status. Just to get more info, let’s keep the reports coming for now. We’re looking to see if we can find a trend between.
Appear offline must be removed. It would be better to let everyone who wants player offline to simply unsub and leave Blizzard games, because the players you draw in with a fully functional in-game community will more than compensate for any losses. But if they allow people to appear offline, then you shoot the app in the foot. Appearing offline is something players have been wanting for a long time — a very long time. What’s more, it’s something Blizzard has allegedly had in the works for more than five years now.Discussion surrounding the feature is to the point where it’s gaining the same notoriety as WoW’s totally-soon-to-be-here Dance Studio. However, some recently datamined Hearthstone strings. Appearing offline will show you as offline to everyone in your Blizzard friends list both in the Battle.net app and in-game. Gameplay and game-specific features such as matchmaking are unaffected while you are appearing offline. Note that in the case of World of Warcraft, you will still appear online as your character in-game.
If you’re offline in the launcher, you’re offline to your battlenet friends. This is correct. No matter if your game says you’re Online, you’ll appear Offline to your Battlenet friends. I’ve reach the Offline status long ago (not ‘last time log’ that is) playing the game fairly often. Blizzard may be adding an “appear offline” option to the Blizzard App. A new set of strings datamined from a new Hearthstone patch indicate the feature could be coming. Blizzard's updated the beta version of its Battle.net desktop app so you can appear offline, among other cool things. Also new is the Social tab, Blizzard Groups, profiles and avatars.
The Blizzard Battle.Net app is getting more improvements, one of which is the oft-requested Appear Offline mode! Along with the ability to appear offline the additional features being tested are a Social tab, Groups, profiles, and avatars. You still appear online in guild. Appear offline only affects bnet friends or friends who play on other servers, etc. Ivydoom-kazzak (Ivydoom) 2019-04-04 11:22:53 UTC #7. You will appear offline in guild if you appear offline in bnet. However a guild message will post you came online/went offline, and if you’re broadcasting achievements.