On a hunt:
It’s important that everyone always knows where the monster is. Whoever has direct line of sight on the monster has to tell his team where he is going. Left, right, not moving at all… Especially the trapper who stays back has to know where the monster is, just by listening to his teammates.
When the monster goes around a big loop, someone should watch the other side and call out if the monster comes around. And also call out when he doesn’t!
In a dome:
Ping when the monster runs and tries to hide.
The medic might look at the support to heal him and then doesn’t know where the monster is. Just ping the direction of the monster once in a while when he’s behind cover.
Usually the assault just follows the monster around every loop and the other 3 wait on the other side. That way you can always do damage no matter where he goes. You should never all be at the same side of a loop.
When someone is being focused, tell him what to do and where to go!
Especially if someone runs out of LoS. Tell him to run back or keep running around whatever he ran behind. Tell him to use a special tree for kiting or tell him where to go to get shielded from sunnys drone. Tell him where harpoon traps are. Tell him to come towards the trapper if it is Jack or to run away from him if it is Griffin. Tell him where you got arc mines or sentry guns.
And then tell him when the monster switches targets, otherwise he keeps running and running and running ^^
Calling out heals, shields ect was already mentioned in previous posts. That’s also important.
There are special situations that happen all the time and in which you always have the same questions.
Assault goes alone behind a corner – you want to know if he has his shield.
You are fighting in a dome – you want to know how much time is left.
You are inside an aftershock – you want to know if Hank shields you or if you have to dodge.
Now imagine you play those characters you have questions about.
You go alone behind a corner – you tell your team if you got your personal shield.
You are trapper in a dome – you tell your team how much time is left.
You are Hank – you tell your teammate if you can shield him or not.
and so on
When you are playing and your team asks you questions, try to remember those questions and next time give the answer, before they even ask. This takes a lot of practice with the same team, but once it works, it’s a great experience ^^