Omegle’s new ‘features’ include:
- A word limit of 45-per-reply
- Certain unknown words blocked.
- Human verification.
- Crude adverts for nude cams.
However, there are various ways to deal with these problems.
- Send them feedback. Make sure you’re polite, or else they’re likely not to listen. When you click the feedback button, type your feedback and click ‘submit’. It will take you to a page that says “thank you! Your feedback has been sent.” DO NOT CLOSE THIS PAGE DOWN. By keeping it open in a separate tab, rumour has it that you will not be asked the human verification question when you open Omegle in a new tab and try to start a conversation.
- Break up your text. It’s a massive hassle and there’s nothing fun about it, but I know lots of people are desperate to roleplay on Omege despite the word limit, so one way of getting around it is to break up your prompt in to 45-word sections and post them bit by bit. A good way to ensure your partner doesn’t disconnect during this process is to ask them if they’re ok with it first.
- Start afresh with each conversation. Nobody is a huge fan of the crude “gay cams” and “tits-no bra” labels that come up every now and then next to the ‘disconnect’ button. Their position on the page makes them far too easy to press by accident, not to mention the fact they’re distracting and could be considered offensive by some people. However, these labels only come up once you’ve connected and posted text on your second Omegle conversation; to avoid them, refresh the page and connect to a new conversation directly from Omegle’s home page, as they never show up on your first conversation, only after you’ve disconnected once.
- Use another platform for your roleplays. Let’s face it; until Omegle fixes all this, it’s pretty much useless for anything more than a basic, one-liner RP. However, using this website named Chatzy, you’re able to start up a private chat room with no character or word limit that will allow you to roleplay without any restrictions. I know it’s not Omegle and it’s not what you’re used to, but it’s a solution. To find out how it works, continue reading.
Note - ‘invite email’ field is not mandatory. Provided you give your RP partner the link to the chatroom, they’ll be able to get in.
Each chatroom has its own personal link, so you can send it to people on Omegle and they can join the RP.
(Update: links only send through if you break them down, like so - )
Also, as Chatzy is a chatroom website, you can have multi-character roleplays too. Simply send the link to more people with the specifications of which characters you need, and you can get a group RP going.
Plus, if you somehow lose the RP, the link won’t change so all you need to do is go in to your internet history and click on it again to take you back. All your past conversation will be there.
Anyway, I hope this helps, and fingers crossed that Omegle will be back up and running the way we want it to be soon. Until then, the tips listed above should make things easier on you.