Discord Roles Permissions
When someone joins my discord, they have permission on which channels they want to see related to the role, that they will be choosing. So what I do is that I make it so the role @everyone cannot see any channels but the roles that the members picks are able to see the channels they have seen, but sometimes there are members that breaks some rules and I give them a role which they cannot see any channel (role is called “no channel”) this “no channel” role is on top of every role, but they are still able to see the channels that they have selected the roles they wanted.
What i suggest is that, if there is a role thay is higher than all the roles then that role should have the permission to make the members do what the role wants so for me, the “no channel” means that they cannot see any channel and because this role is higher than all roles, the members should but should not see any channel, even if they have chosen a role that they want to see a specific channel. The “no channel” role should have more higher up then all roles because that role is on the top. Its really hard to explain but if you got any further questions, let me know on the comments below.
It is simple, really.
All you want is a hierarchy to the roles. Roles that are higher up in that hierarchy should be the "active" role (base for all permissions that may or may not be added through other roles) if given to a member of the channel. So in your case - if "no channel" is really high up in that hierarchy, "no channel" dominates all other roles, even if there are roles that allow seeing or connecting to certain other channels.
Top of the hierarchy overwrites lower roles' permissions... ^^
This would be a nice change to the existing concept, because you would not need that much roles anymore...3
yeah exactly, I can't even mute anyone on my discord, i have to ban them which is so unfair, hopefully the discord developers can does something about this.1
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