We’re looking forward to Discord being the underlying communication layer for non-mobile video games, says Wendy Silberling, one of the founders of the popular social networking app. With new features like native censorship, a way to preemptively block spam and harmful messages, and a reduction in rate limits, the free app has gotten a lot closer to becoming that service.
Discord is aiming to become the communication layer for non-mobile video gaming
Discord is an online communication platform that allows you to join a group of other users to talk and share text and video. It has millions of registered users, and is available on most devices. This tool combines the functionality of a social network and an easy-to-use chat program.
Discord can be used to chat with friends, make voice and video calls, and even share videos and photos. Users can also use emotes to react to texts and videos.
Discord is a free application that can be downloaded for PC, macOS, and iOS. Users can join private and public servers, and can create groups. They can even start video chats from their friends’ list.
It has removed all rate limits
Today Discord suffered a widespread API issue. This means you may not be able to do some of the most popular things on the site.
Discord is a popular online group chat platform with millions of users around the world. It also has its share of bugs. The company is trying to prevent users from abusing the system, and it has implemented several security measures. You can also contact the support team if you encounter any problems.
Discord has rate limits to keep users from spamming the service. They limit the number of requests per second and the number of invalid requests per second.
It’s nearly back to normal
Discord is a communications tool designed to give people a place to connect. Its biggest success is in the gaming industry, where it’s seen a dramatic increase in users.
Today, Discord is testing new features for its growing user base. They’re all available through closed beta. The company plans to start rolling out the new features this week.
Discord recently announced a new feature, threads, that allows users to create and post side conversations. Threads will be archived after 24 hours of inactivity. This is the newest addition to the platform, and it will help users keep track of off-topic ideas.
Discord has also introduced a new “Watch Together” feature. It’s a way for all of the community’s members to participate in activities, such as Putt Party.
It’s introducing a native way for servers to preemptively detect harmful messages and spam
Discord is a popular social networking platform that blends public channels with easy side-chats. Many users use it for non-gaming purposes. But Discord has also hosted a number of examples of online bullying and hate speech. In the aftermath of the deadly Charlottesville protests in 2017, Discord executives recognized the need to address this problem. They formed a Trust and Safety team, which includes a 15% staff dedicated to ensuring a safe environment for all of its users.
Discord is now looking to improve its moderation tools to make sure that its community works as intended. It has also announced plans to allow U.S. servers with at least 500 members to apply for premium memberships. These types of subscriptions are similar to Patreon. However, the company is not willing to open them up to everyone. Rather, it wants developers to create content for the platform that will keep it relevant.
It’s removing all NSFW content and no buying crypto
It is no secret that Discord has amassed a cult following, but the company has also garnered a rap for being a good steward of user data. A big chunk of the community resides in the US, and the company’s CEO is a native of the East Coast. While it may be tempting to eschew the locals for the likes of Silicon Valley and the aforementioned San Fran, there are plenty of reasons to stay put. Besides, it’s free. The aforementioned CEO has promised that the company is still in its nascent stages, and while there is certainly room for improvement, he has a track record of delivering on his promises.