I'm in a server with several NSFW channels. At home and on my phone, I've joined the channels, at work I obviously have not. (So we've already demonstrated that NSFW settings are different for each installation.)
However, there's several other SFW channels on that server too.
The problem I have is that I continuously get the red dot for 'unread messages' for messages in the NSFW channels. I can't make this red dot go away by 'reading' the channel because 1 - I want to actually read it later when I get home, so I don't want to 'mark it read' and miss stuff and 2 - I don't want to mute the channel because it mutes it everywhere, not just on my work computer.
Right now my workaround is to mute the entire server when I'm at work, but it means I miss out on 'red dot' notifications for all the SFW channels in that server.
We've already demonstrated that the NSFW setting for channels is unique for each install location. I'd like to take that one step further, and in the configuration settings for discord, be able to say that this is a 'work' location. This would automatically hide all NSFW channels and mute them as if they don't exist, but only for that install location. Other locations that aren't flagged as 'work' locations would not be affected.
Wouldn't that be a simple and easy solution?
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