NSFW channels and content D July 17, 2018 00:53 Updated Follow The nice thing about Discord is just how awesome and easy it is to find brand new communities full of new people focused around all sorts of different topics, activities, and conversations- and not even about games! We totally understand that there's a wide variety of fun things to talk about when chatting with close friends or new acquaintances, and that what might be ok for you might but unsuitable for others. Take our good buddy Wumpus here. There are certain things that Wumpus doesn't really want to stumble across when chatting with his gaming buddies. Certain Not Suitable For Wumpus things, if you will. To help keep NSFW content in a dedicated spot that's clearly labeled, we've added a channel setting that allows you to designate a text channel in your server (or multiple channels!) as NSFW. When enabled, anyone that opens the channel will be greeted with a notification letting them know that the channel may contain material that Wumpus wouldn't want to see: Setting up: To designate a channel as NSFW, start by clicking the edit channel icon next to the channel you'd like to mark: Within the edit channel overview tab, you'll see an option to mark the channel as NSFW. Click that option, and you'll be good to go! Note that adding the NSFW tag will automatically add the 'nsfw-' prefix to your channel name! It's worth mentioning that while having a dedicated place for your NSFW content is ok by Discord standards, but there's still some material that isn't appropriate anywhere in Discord. If you're unsure of what qualifies as ok or not, check out our Terms of Service, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Related articles Intro to Webhooks Spellcheck in Discord Three Steps to a Safer Server Three Steps to a Safer Account Spoiler Tags!