Hello, a friend of mine suggested this idea and I think it could function really well.
The premise is sub-voice channels within a channel. The idea was thought of concerning 40-man raiding in WoW.
For example, say you have 40 users in Channel #1. You're able to set a separate bind for a sub-voice channel within that channel, with that role you could communicate with a pre-determined Role-channel or sub-channel.
Say Caps Lock is my normal push to talk to open my mic, I can set Control as my Sub-Voice Channel to communicate with a specific role. Essentially a sub-voice channel within a voice channel.
In the case we wanted, healers would be able to communicate via voice without talking over anyone else.
So everyone assigned with the role "Healer" could communicate using a different keybind to chat only with those connected to voice assigned with the "Healer" role.
Only those who have the "Healer" role can talk and listen in.
Seems like a useful idea2
It's very strange to me that Discord still doesn't have multilayered voice channels with different key-binds to talk with different subchannels like Teamspeak, while Discord kind of markets itself as a communication platform for gamers.
There are so many use cases for it with any game which has large groups of players together.1
This is exactly what I came here to request. The idea is that there could be groups within a channel and, when a user from a group talks, only that group can hear what is said from a member of that group. Users can still be heard in the entire channel with the right permissions.1
I think it would work better if you could set up your voice channels to have sub channels, the main channel serves as a "speak to all" that is triggered by a hotkey, eveyone else would be in the seperate sub channels.0
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