Discord should add so if you have nitro you can change your discord tag to c4 like csgos or just normal emojis but then also have a second discord tag that you can use when someone is trying to add you

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  • jedi3
    this sounds really dumb, in my opinion. if your talking about the #0000 part, which is the tag, why make that a word? or why add emotes to it? it just makes it harder to tag the person when they need to be tagged and etc. Even with the second part of the suggestion, that is just more data usage in precious storage. Storage that could be used for other things like more games for the store, more options for servers, etc.
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  • xd X0BbDark

    You're essentially making everything about adding someone harder. You would you be able to see which tag is the one to add and which one is the other one?

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  • xd X0BbDark

    You're essentially making everything about adding someone harder. You would you be able to see which tag is the one to add and which one is the other one?

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  • Blastoise186
    I'm really not sure this would help much. It sounds like something that would become more complicated than it needs to be. As an example, with Numbers, there's only 10 possible options for each of the four slots making 9,999 possibilities (because 0000 is locked out). With letters you'd be looking at 456,976 possible combinations just on the English Alphabet alone, before any others are considered. I'm also concerned that even with just four letters, there is scope for several undesirable combinations which may cause moderation headaches and it's probably difficult to filter out all of them - something which isn't so bad with numbers.
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  • hydra

    I understand the concept of what you've conveyed there, but I would be inclined to agree with @Blastoise186 on this matter.

    As a server administrator and a server moderator on separate spaces (one of which is high volume), it's already taxing to manage inappropriate usernames from my vantage point. I could imagine this creating a much tougher scenario to scan for and mitigate for Discord-level staff, even if the approach was automated. Further, if there was say a letter/number combination, then there is more combinations beyond that could be a real hassle.

    I dig the creativity you put into the idea, but admittedly I'd have to vote no based on that issue alone.

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