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Instead of

User Experience | chat.stackexchange.com

can you change it to

Chat - User Experience | Stack Exchange

or something like that?

I often keep the home page and chat open in tabs. This would make it easier to distinguish the two.

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    My concern here is that soon "Chat" is all that can be seen, for example when someone has multiple rooms open as separate tabs. Instead of seeing "[Tavern on] the Meta", "[Teachers Lo]unge" etc, they see "Chat - ", "Chat - " and "Chat - " Jan 23 '12 at 19:48
  • @MarcGravell Another option could be to supply a slightly different favicon so that if I choose to pin the tab (in Chrome), I can distinguish between a pinned version of the regular site and the chat.
    – Rahul
    Jan 23 '12 at 21:45
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    @Rahul we did indeed discuss that internally (ages ago); let me remind Jin... Jan 23 '12 at 22:02
  • @Rahul to quote Jin: "i'm for it, i just haven't had the time to do it" Jan 24 '12 at 6:34
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Okay, I just changed the room name to "UX Chat." Maybe we'll change it to something more creative. As long as the name doesn't start with "User Experience" the problem is solved.

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