More slowmode flexibility

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  • Geebus

    You should be able to set it to whatever interval you want imo, there is no reason to have predetermined values only.

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  • D0cR3d

    @starfield_9 - There may not be many situations where having longer than 2  minute slowmode would be useful, there are a couple scenarios. While I'd image most channels focus on the more live aspect of a flowing conversation, some servers may  setup a channel specific for promotion and may want to limit it to once a day or once a week. For instance my server has a channel to allow people to advertise their clan. We only allow one post every 7 days and ended up using a bot that posts for them using a website we built, however others may not have that knowledge and may use a bot to try and manage that by deleting messages. That still requires a fairly high skill level and frustration on the user end to post only to find it deleted due to lack of education. If a slowmode was built in for that long they would have a system managed timer and easier for servers to setup.

    I can only image a few reasons why discord doesn't allow slowmode to last longer than 2 minutes, and that's either system limitations (performance issues keeping track of that for that long), or just not realizing other use-cases.

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  • Buer

    Honestly should be 1-120. what is the point in even typing more than 1 message in 1 second.
    we

    dont

    need

    to

    talk

    like

    this

    24/7

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  • Purpzie

    Definitely support this. Not everyone uses bots or even knows how to invite one to their server, they shouldn't be the relied-upon solution here.

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  • YuraConst

    A different kind of slowmode is needed - PTM (Pass the Mic) - after a user has sent their message, everyone is muted for a minute then another user is picked to be "passed the mic". The user also has two minutes to send their message in text rooms. In voice rooms, it's plain 1min timer to speak.

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  • Phorx

    My server has a use case for limiting posts to 1 per 24hours in a buy/sell channel. Would be great to let slow mode police this for us

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  • Catt0s

    I think that it might be better to do custom times so we don't need to keep asking.

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  • Kalegger

    Maybe 2.7 seconds ?

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  • Stephen
    Why not just add the ability to use a integer, so we can type what we want
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  • Visual
    The limitation of predefined time doesn't make sense, this suggestion is what Discord should've done in the first place!
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  • Burkino

    slowmode per role, sure, this would be nice
    and you can already set a custom time for slowmode (up to 6 hours) by messing with the api a bit. so like i just randomly set it to this for an example

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  • Timemaster111
    I think a greater variety of limits and a “only once” would be a really good addition to slow mode
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  • Helper Pupper

    I highly want this. I'd simply like the ability to set cooldown in specific seconds, NOT just intervals of 5 or whatever. 

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  • Saeris

    This would be an immense help.

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  • Suspense
    nice idea
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  • GameFreakBaree

    Yes, i would love to see this feature in discord. I want 24h slowmode.

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  • Starfield_9
    The API (aka discord bots) can currently set slowmode to any integer between (and including) 0 and 120 seconds. I don't see any good reason to use more than two minutes since that is a long time in itself.
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