Muting a user can be quite useful, however, often times realize the error of their ways prior to the mute releasing itself. As a result, a privilege to “unmute” a person is also provided for your use. As expected, this privilege works much like mute and mute5 in terms of command format.
Type the command followed by a specific user name:
e.g. /unmute Bill
When such a command is issued, the user named Bill will be instantly unmuted and will be allowed to chat in Voobly lobbies again.
Keep in mind, it is best to ONLY unmute those users that you have muted firsthand. How would you like it if you muted a troublemaker only to find out that this user sweet-talked another Member Plus into unmuting them? Unmuting users not muted by you is considered to be an abuse of your Member Plus status and you may be removed from the program. Furthermore, muting and unmuting yourself is also considered an abuse of your Member Plus status and you can be removed from the program.