Chatiquette varies from community to community and generally describes basic courtesy.As an example, it is considered rude to write only in upper case, because it appears as if the user is shouting.
In 2014, Brown and Woolley released a web-based version of Talkomatic.
Woolley in 1973 on the PLATO System at the University of Illinois.
It offered several channels, each of which could accommodate up to five people, with messages appearing on all users' screens character-by-character as they were typed.
The word "chatiquette" has been used in connection with various chat systems (e.g. Writing is changing as it takes on some of the functions and features of speech.
Internet chat rooms and rapid real-time teleconferencing allow users to interact with whoever happens to coexist in cyberspace.