As soon as a greeting is played, the caller is prompted to press 1 to connect live with that person, 2 to send her a recorded message or 3 to skip this person and listen to the next person's greeting.Some systems allow you to block a caller by pressing 8 or report a caller to the moderators by pressing 9 (or some other key depending on the system).Some chatlines offer its members a persistent mailbox they can use to receive messages from users even when they are offline.A live caller is given the option hear other member's mailboxes, where they can leave a recorded message to be retrieved by the mailbox owner next time he connects to the system.As soon as a caller is connected into the system, he is prompted to record his name and a brief greeting describing himself and what he is looking for.The phone systems will usually allow users hear a chatline greeting example so the caller can get an idea of what he is expected to say. Then, browse 100s of greetings from other Red Hot callers live on the line. Send an anonymous message, or get adventurous and have a private conversation--or more! Both male and female callers dial in and through a common access number.
The live connector is where live callers are introduced to other callers greetings, one by one.The caller has the option to listen only to local callers, or to everyone who is live on the system.