The chat box comes up after hitting [Enter].
/help – Displays usage help for chat topics. Ex: /help whisper
/whois [user] – Looks up some basic information on a user, including their account number and their current location. This is an excellent way to find your friends online. typing /whois #[number] (E.G. /whois #1). Aliases for this command : /where /whereis Ex: /whois [User]
/whoami – displays your information on Battle.net.
/w [user] – Sends a private message to a user online regardless of the channel they are in. This is an excellent way to let a friend know you are online. Aliases for this command: /msg /whisper Ex: /w LUser Want to play some D2?
/ignore [user] – Ignores any future messages from that user effectively muting that user to you. Aliases for this command: /squelch Ex: /ignore [User]
/unignore [user] – Allows a previously squelched user to talk to you normally. Aliases for this command: /unsquelch Ex: /unignore [User]
/away [text] – Displays a message that you are away from your keyboard whenever someone whispers to you or does a /whois command on you. To disable this command, use the command again. Ex: /away eating dinner
/dnd [text] – “Do Not Disturb” – prevents ALL whispers from displaying to your screen. Its use is similar to the /away command. To turn the DND mode off, just type /dnd without a reason. This will prevent people from sending whispers to you while in a game as well. You are still able to see all normal public channel messages. Ex: /dnd sorry playing a game with LUser
/who [channel] – Displays a list of all users in the given channel.
/stats [user] ID – Displays the player’s Win/Loss/Disconnect record for both normal and Ladder games. Ex: /stats LUser STAR
/users – Displays the number of users currently on Battle.net.