Gone are the days of having to scroll through a list of the massive amounts of communities on your Discord; as the communication service has finally added server folders! Users will now be able to group servers into their respective groupings, whether that be Twitch communities, servers for meeting other gamers, or even servers for art communities. With Discord’s newest update, users will finally be able to declutter their endless list of servers!
This newest update brings quite a lot to the table for Discord’s ever-growing user base. This newest update brings “friendly status icons and avatars,” which promise more accessibility. They’ve also made great efforts to ensure their program won’t slow any gamers down during any game; with improved performance through both CPU and memory usage. This improved performance will also mean a better connection to Discord servers and when using their screen share opinion during private or group calls. They’ve also gone ahead and fixed a bug, “where server folders didn’t exist.” Making light of just how badly the community has been wanting this feature.
The idea for server folders has been a huge request from the community for some time; something Discord is very aware of. With this update, the developers have made a call to action to its users, asking them for even more feedback in providing them with new ideas to keep the platform fully functional for all its users. If you have an idea on how to improve Discord, you can let the developers know right here! For more Discord community, you can even check out the results of their community hackaton they held.
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