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Judging by the regular complaints that TOR has no LFG tool, I'm guessing a lot of people have missed the fact that TOR does have an LFG tool, and it's pretty good - as long as people choose to use it. So I figured I do everyone a favour and give a brief tutorial about what it is and how to use it.
To get started, first you need to bring the interface up. This couldn't be easier - simply type /who in the chat window.
When it comes up you'll see a window with a list of players on whatever planet you happen to be on. It shows their name, level, class, location, LFG status and any LFG comments they've provided. Under this list is a check box so you can show up on other people's list as Looking For Group and a button for adding a brief comment about the type of G you're LF.
At the top of the window is a search box that contains the name of your current location by default. Don't worry, you can make your own searches and this is where it becomes really useful.
You can search on Class, LFG status, level, name and location, or any combination of same. So if you're looking for all Inquisitor players between levels 17 and 20, you'd enter "inquisitor 17 18 19 20". If you want to find all players on Hoth who are LFG, you'd enter "hoth lfg". All sages who have specified that they're looking for an Esselles run, "sage esselles".
You get the idea. It's sort of like Google but with less porn.
It's a pretty tidy little tool if you're willing to use it, and even tidier if you're willing to use it creatively.