Quoting

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  • Unexpected

    Soooo, is the quoting feature the new Duke Nukem Forever/Half Life 3? :P

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  • Bagga

    Please devs listen to us

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  • Force.ofWill

    This is very important. This need to be one of the main things to look for. Please look at those 12k upvotes 

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  • BeloMaximka

    Please add this feature

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  • Lengo
    This would be nice but is sort of already available via bots.
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  • undermaster
    I'm waiting for Discord to add this.
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  • thetechguy
    why is this not a feature yet? it has like 12k upvotes.
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  • numerif

    Nearly 13k upvotes, and still not implemented???

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  • Dr.Whiskas

    God this would be a handy feature to have. Wanted to post the suggestion myself but see this very active thread already requesting it. Please Discord gib quote messages you have the technology.

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  • Bree

    Yeah, implement it please!

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  • Tray

    Looks like Discord really doesn't care anymore about community. 8 months and still nothing. No quotes. No option to select several message to delete them after that (I'm sick of deleting msgs one by one). And all they care about is their Nitro shit. I wanted to buy this Nitro before, but now, I just will not do that principally because I WILL NOT sponsor company that don't give a shit about community requests. Especially since it was their cool feature and now they forgot about it and just don't care.

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  • Glenn McGrew

    Perhaps the problem is, very simply, that Discord doesn't want to add more features to the free version.  While I, too, want respond with quote, I can understand that they would like more people to contribute financially to their success, given their business model.


    However, that said, the apparent lack of any sort of response from Discord's team is disappointing.

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  • Bree

    @Glenn McGrew Quoting is such a basic feature and is implemented in most messengers, it should be definitely part of discords free version!

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  • Restius

    It is frustrating that being able to quote and having threaded messages are not a feature in Discord yet. One can only hope that engineering changes that they talked about in May will also help with these requests becoming reality.

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  • Tess

    I'm starting to fear that Discord might start going the way of "Fates Forever", another Hammer & Chisel project that started out wonderfully and the hemorrhaged to death when income was low. Shame, 'cause I miss playing as Renwil <3

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  • aaronasking

    To at least get an answe from Discord: Could we bring this request to the awareness of Discord more publicly? For example via Twitter?

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  • Glenn McGrew

    As much as I would like to see this implemented, I can think of several other things that should have greater priority.

    Personally, if this feature is not even in the top 3, why SHOULD it be developed first? I think we should be patient, and be grateful for what we get for free. If it genuinely doesn't meet your group's needs, there are PLENTY of other platforms out there, mostly with limits far worse than Discord. If you want unlimited messages, users, etc., try Samepage.

    Where should the owners of Discord draw the line between a free and a paid feature? Do they give the most desired features for free and then make people pay for the less valuable features? That would not be in the best interests of a platform that is used for free by how many millions of us?

    @Bree Must it? I've looked at Slack, Samepage, MS Teams, Zoho Cliq, Zoho Connect, and a few others and only Cliq and Samepage have it. As for standard messengers, I don't usually use them.

    @Tray Hard You won't sponsor a company that doesn't rearrange its priorities to meet your demands? Given that you seem to be a free user, I don't think they're going to give your demands extra attention...do you?

    @aaronasking Sure, but is this feature THAT much more important than other features, such as greater organizational capability and threads? I don't think so...

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  • Tess

    > "I think we should be patient, and be grateful for what we get for free."

    I won't disagree with you there. On the other hand I can't help but feel that the end-users are the actual product, insofar that Discord provides access to us (gamers and users) to gaming/software companies.

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  • Glenn McGrew

    @Tess
    Well, we're not the product, but we are the point of the product since it's not just for Hammer & Chisel anymore.  What's your point; I'm not sure?

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  • Amaryllion

    I would pay an amount if this would help, so that's not the point here really. There have been far too many projects where one has to be grateful and silent because it's for free. And some (not all) developers just do their ego trips and at the end no developer wants to do develop the product any further because they reach a dead end because of all the ego trips of some people or they have an internal fight or there is an even more interesting new product. So why not just pay for this a reasonable price you can pay for an app (e.g. 5 EUR once) and have the right to demand some basic things like simple quoting? I would be in. But nitro just for better gaming? I don't even play any computer games. And nobody even reacts to comments or demandings like this? Not very tempting at all.

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  • Glenn McGrew

    @amaryllion

    Free, in most cases, is not free - we just don't see the way a company may use us to pay for the project.  Some sell our personal data, others aggregate our data and sell that, others research what we do and sell that, and so on...Some use advertising, membership fees, etc.

    Yes, for some devs there's an ego issue, or they reach a dead-end, or they get frustrated, etc.

    FYI, Nitro isn't just for gaming. The $5 option gives you a better chat experience. Pay more, and you get more, INCLUDING games. https://discordapp.com/nitro

    As for a one-time payment that gives you a license that never expires, that is usually a strategy used for a new company with a new product until it's stable. For example, Malwarebytes Antimalware offered such licenses for the first several years (7?) before replacing it with recurring billing for subscription. There was an overlap period, though.  As a long-time user (from 2008), I was eventually granted a permanent license after missing the last opportunity to get one due to financial issues.

    You said "...nobody even reacts to comments or demandings like this?" Actually, if you go to the chat level (https://support.discordapp.com/hc/en-us/community/topics/360000786212-Chat) and sort by votes, you'll see that a few suggestions have been completed, and one is listed as "answered".

    I realize that this is far from ideal, but what if the money they bring in is not actually enough to allow them to have dedicated moderators for this feedback forum? What I mean by this is people who have time to read AND reply. My guess is that such support is reserved for paying users (which makes sense for a platform that has severely restricted how it earns money). If a business has limited income and has to choose where to put its customer service, then they would tend to focus on automated methods and communication tools that don't require responding (in most cases) for free users, while paying users would enjoy much more.

    Now, what if features like those listed here are ALREADY available to paying users? I don't know if they are, and I doubt it, but then they don't need to implement the already-existing features. In that case, though - and this is why I don't think such features exist yet - they *SHOULD* inform their users in the relevant thread(s), right?

    And that returns us to my original thought: if someone isn't paying, they shouldn't demand, pout, whine, complain, threaten, etc. They should do what they can to rally more support and be patient...Or pay and then they have increased influence with the company (in theory).

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  • DavidWatson (EN/UK)

    If they added Quoting and Threading in the Chat Perks, I think I would sign up for the $4.99 a month offer ... I only use discord because it's used as a support group for a Development Tool I use .. I have no use for the games ... but I'd be willing to pay my bit to support Discord in return for a better user experience ...

    Anyway, I support this Quoting thread and have upvoted it.

     

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  • EnderMamma

    I had thinking about this idea since I found Discord, at least, two years.

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  • Walkier

    bump

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  • Dann™

    This is really useful.
    Please!

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  • golngaz

    I want quoting too :D

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  • UpperJeans

    Well this feels like a slap in the face

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  • minimus

    seems like it's sort of available now

    if you type > with a space after it, it will offset the post like in the image attached

    no timestamps though 😔

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  • chrissy

    Would still love to quote :c

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