Edited to add info about Blacklisting & reporting through the website to the first post.
Converse with fellow players
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@kdurmeter If you think an SA is breaking the tos, Block the SA and it will prompt you to tell the reason why (It works as the report for that specific SA).
If the players is posting them constantly and other things that harm others around them, report player AND block the SA (Double whamy.)
And if the player really doesn't stop, report their xbox account. (Worst case, the account gets deleted with everything they have earned on it. Best case they just get a ban from playing anything online for a while.)
This has basically been my approach.
@kdurmeter I got an e-mail back from a support ticket and they've said things will be investigated and it helps them a lot to have the Symbol Arts ID. So I guess if you do report through the website try to capture the Symbol Arts ID as well.
I'm not really sure. I haven't seen any in-game mods. Reporting through the site just mean they send you an automated e-mail, so I dunno how much better that is. Though they do indicate you can respond to the e-mail with more details, they never responded to mine.
I haven't found a way to do it, though I've been looking. I've sent messages to support and asked around other places. I tried the blocking the Xbox tag and it didn't seem to have an effect on me seeing the user's symbol arts or chat in-game. I'll try it again at the next concert I attend to be certain.
How to report inappropriate behavior in-game
You can also report them through Xbox in-game. Same method as before, but...
If reporting a player through the website support system for inappropriate Symbol Arts, make sure to grab the Symbol Arts ID from your Symbol Arts history and include it in the report.
Blacklisting seems to be in the game via Whisper from the Nearby Players menu. (Though may not be reversible, so beware. ) You can enter /bl into the Whisper chatbox with an individual and supposedly no longer see any messages or Symbol Arts from that person. (I've not personally tested this because it would be difficult to prove it works without trying to blacklist a friend... which I won't risk if it's not reversible.)
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