Rich Presence is great, but I find it to be a let down as someone who has a discord bot and cannot use any of it on my bot. Is there any specific reason for leaving out bots for rich presence?
By bots I mean official bot accounts, not selfbots or userbots.
Stay Awesome.124 votes
Apologies, there was a miscommunication and this should not have been marked as completed.
I agree with the stance it's the user's right to delete their message and have it be deleted, I think it should be logged that a message was in fact deleted, in what channel, by who, and who's message. With reasons. This would allow you to see if a mod is deleting tons of messages for no reason quietly, or if you swear you saw something suspicious and you think it got deleted, you can check that. No message content needed.1,588 votes
We are considering adding deletes by non-bots. As bots do it at high velocity and will break the audit log.
Subject could be a user, a channel, or a role. Say John gets 10 new roles. These are separate entries now, but it should be because it's the same action around the same user, they get grouped together. Or if #general gets it's channel description updates three times, these are all separate entries, but they should all be put together as it's the same channel around the same action. Makes audit logs a lot cleaner and easier to use.55 votes
We are investigating this currently to see how hard it is to do.
That sidebar is huge, and none of the features on it are necessary throughout all of your use. Just let people minimize it when they aren't using it.5,680 votes
Reopening this for the left panel, but no promises when we can get to it.
For when you want to reuse the same invite83 votes
This was erroneously marked as Completed. Moved back to “Under Review”.
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