Three Steps to a Safer Server Zencha May 26, 2020 21:35 Updated Follow One of our core philosophies is to empower you with the ability to stay safe on Discord at the level of your choosing. For those looking to amp up their accounts safety and security, here’s a quick guide on what to do. Go to Server Settings > Moderation for all the following options. Step 1: Set a Verification Level Server verification levels allow you to set a minimum threshold for who can interact in your server. By making people wait ten minutes, they'll have time to read the rules and existing conversation in the chat before joining in, leading to higher quality chat overall. It also helps prevent possible spam attempts. Step 2: Set your Explicit Content Filter Turning on Explicit Content Filtering will automatically detect and delete images and uploads deemed inappropriate. You can find this option in Server Settings -> Moderation. This allows people to share content like images and embeds while lowering the risk of sensitive material shown in SFW (Safe For Work) channels. More clean fun! Step 3: Server-wide 2FA When enabled, Server-wide 2FA requires all of your admins to have 2FA enabled on their account in order to use administrative features. Read more about 2FA here. By requiring all admin accounts to have 2FA turned on, you protect your server from malicious folks who happen to compromise one of your admin accounts, then performing unwanted moderative actions. The server 2FA button is at the bottom of the Server Settings > Moderation tab. You must have 2FA enabled on your account before you can enable this option! Was this article helpful? Have more questions? Submit a request Other ways to find help. Need More Support? Submit a request to our team through here! Twitter Have a quick question? Hit us up on Twitter! Related articles Three Steps to a Safer Account Setting up Two-Factor Authentication NSFW Channels and Content Intro to Webhooks Why does Discord have multiple processes?