# Don't understand principle of “invited to chat”

I have no experience with "chat", but today I got an "invitation", then I entered the chat-room: three members, two of them do not know what they should do there/why they were "invited" ("Why is $\beta$ in $Q$") - and me: the third (except of the owner). Looking at the user "Mary Star" I found she has about 80 Chat-rooms, many of the same name and also three of the chat-title where I was now invited.
Is there something how one can help the user to manage the chatting properly? Or is this (look at the user's site for chatrooms) really the intended behave? (And finally: there was not even an input-line for me in that "chat")

see the user's chat-list http://chat.stackexchange.com/users/119089/mary-star
See the chat-room: http://chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/32572

• The fact that there was no input line is because you are linked to the transcript, not the room itself. In the right there is a button to join the room. (Or for some reason you are not logged in to chat.) – quid Dec 9 '15 at 18:51
• Thanks @quid; did not know this technique at all... (I'm not a good "chatter" also in RL) – Gottfried Helms Dec 9 '15 at 19:09