Way to save and switch profiles quickly

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  • Stephen R. Smith

    I have a Discord login for personal use, and a different Discord login for work use, and I'd like to be able to use the app for both without mixing both accounts into a single one.

    I need to be logged into multiple different servers with different account IDs, it would be great if the Discord app allowed this. Right now I use the app for one and have to keep logging into the other via a browser, which is a PITA.

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  • Audhumbla

    Just to add to the masses, I've wanted this feature for a while. I'm surprised it hasn't been implemented. I want to be able to have an easier procedure for accessing my work account and my personal. Right now having to log out of one into another means I don't get notifications for the one not signed in. Which is especially problematic for my phone where I've expected a message, and not seen anything because I was signed into the other. The best suited to me is as others have indicated toward (similar to an email client) being able to see when I have messages to check between multiple accounts and easily switch to that account.

    Yes, you can have it all on one account. But I want to separate my work servers /content from my personal servers /content. Having this feature would greatly improve the UI struggles I have with having to log out.

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  • FatRedBird

    Just want to add my support for this,

    I don't want to add twitter etc to my profile if my co-workers are going to see it.

    I don't want to type in a user name and password everytime I switch between work and casual.

    I just want to be able to press a button that swaps me from one account to another on my desktop or mobile, just like I can on twitter (android)

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  • apple

    No idea how difficult it is to make this, but I can guarantee there is a demand~

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  • MeLlamanHokage
    Also it would be cool to be able to "pop" into an account for testing purposes. If I want to test user experience on my server, I can "pop" into my alt on mobile and stay signed in to my main one on the desktop client. This way I don't have to constantly switch back and forth just to test how a new channel looks/behaves
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  • Matin

    I am a Discord server admin (no surprise), a gaming community server. So i joined many other gaming communities servers (not limited to this reason) to observe and learn more about my community members needs to bring new ideas.

    Then I passed the maximum server joins! So to make my dashboard cleaner and create more server space for my account, I needed the second account.

    I think others could face this issue like content creators that joins a lot of other creators servers for the same reason.

    About the abuses case, multiple account login could be limited to a number like 3, 4 or 5. I guess no one needs more.

    However Ad spam (As far as i know), mostly are done by human accounts which are controlled by robots (Self-Bot). I'm not sure if Discord stopped it or not.

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  • SarahDark

    PLEASE!!!!! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE. 

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  • Stelard🎃

    @Perry I hope you're right, because I would not be satisfied with most of the suggestions here. It needs to be simultaneous login to multiple accounts, or better yet, multiple identities on one account.

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  • Audhumbla

    @Stelard The thing with that though, is your saying the solution is to have multiple windows user for multiple discord acc/people (which is a work around, yes)... But, what about when I have a guest over? You want me to make a user on a PC that only I really use 90% of the time, just so while they are over they don't sign me out? it'd be quicker more logically to stick with the discord we have and just sign me out! 

    In the past signing out and in was the norm. But we don't/shouldn't have to deal with this now, they should be able to sign in alongside me and sign out again. Leaving my account still there. 
    Also, secondly, if they are a couple they most likely pass on information such as "hey honey XYZ person wants to know if you can raid tonight?" or "you have a discord notification want me to check it?" - meaning one windows acc + simultaneous discord accounts allows uninterrupted receiving of information. The bf could be playing a game, so they have to stop playing just to check discord? "But she could have the app on her phone" what if someone doesn't have a smart phone (a lot of people don't)? As much as the work around is a something that means you don't have to sign them out discord, it doesn't allow the uninterrupted receiving and it doesn't solve the ease of life problem we are talking about.

    ..And again, emails have been doing this for years. Social media platforms are now doing it this way. Even source control applications do it (I can have bitbucket, GitHub, etc accounts attach to my one sourcetree app for my repos). This should've been a thing already.

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  • Audhumbla

    @stelard oh yeah, definitely want same thing.
    My personal use-case is being able to receive work notifications and personal on my mobile because I can only be signed into one atm.
    And 95% of the time im on my personal.
    There has been a lot of times I've received a discord work message and have had no idea until I think to check, I get into work where its my logged in acc or I get told my the person they sent it (super embarrasing). Plus there had been times I've waited for notifications thinking I was on one acc but turned out to be the other, which becomes frustrating after a while haha.

    And yes, I think this multi acc same time notifications and such is the common desire! :)

    Good to clear things up though! ... Now... we wait for your move discord *looks at discord*

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  • Foxyboy

    It's a really annoying process to switch accounts quickly on mobile. Please can discord make it a button to switch accounts still receive notifications from the account while on the other please!

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  • Guinea_Pig

    This feature will be useful for me because I'm admin on some servers and It's makes easier to know if the roles are working as it should (And also some of my partners use two accounts as well), considering there is a bug on PC that makes posible to use two acounts on the same app this should by posible... Please I need this please

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  • FUT Mühendisi

    All of main messaging and social media apps provide this feature already for years and here discord in 2020 still not even planning to introduce it. Shame.

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  • Bunnie

    Agree. This need to be implemented on both Desktop and Phone 

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  • jaythefae

    As someone who has two accounts to keep things organized it would be great to have a way to quickly switch between the two without having to completely log out. I would love something similar to how Twitter works.

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  • uncensorable

    this would be a smart idea.

    a button where it says "add account" you press that and it opens a login page (discord app windows)

    you log in with the correct information and go to settings and easily switch accounts from the other one to the new one.

    to prevent alts i suggest it to only have 10 accounts that u can use.

    yes or no?

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  • Daetrin

    I'd love this.  Facebook has it too and it makes it super easy to move between multiple accounts. The scenario of having to toggle between work/home accounts is one use case, another is when you have an account you use for family/friends/social groups that shows your real username vs. your gaming servers where you want your "handle" shown instead.

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  • Thermodynamc

    I'm surprised we dont already have it. Discord has been pretty innovative with its features.. this seems like a tremendous oversight on what is now a basic feature in many social apps

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  • hiccups

    That would be so good. I have two accounts too, and switching between them is annoying.  :(

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  • Shy

    This would  let me get rid of other programs and save me a whole lot of aggravation.  Different accounts for different games, irl vs online friends.  Its such a headache!!

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  • OscarScorp

    +1 on the Exe (PC) please :)

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  • Screwdriver

    Support, this would be great on mobile and PC.

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  • VasInklingGR

    I agree with void this feture is in 90% of all social medias and I have been trying to contact them using Twitter and email to take a look at this but all I get is that "they look at suggestions every day"

    This feture is important as some people want to use multiple accounts without having to use canary and stable or web. I personally would use it to test my servers from a member side view to see if everything is working correctly

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  • bleakraven

    I need this! I want to be able to quickly switch between my work account and my personal account on mobile (and desktop) without losing my frequently used emojis, or having to log out and back in.

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  • tabrisael

    This would be incredibly helpful, especially on mobile

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  • PB

    How has this not been added yet? Please Discord devs! Using the pre-release or multiple browsers sort of works but it's so clunky. Please build it into the app!

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  • Arkendight

    Please add this feature.

    I need two accounts - one for hobbies and playtime, and the second one is when I need to concentrate on my creator communities and have as little distractions as possible. 

    Switching between these two on the fly would really be a quality of life improvement.

    At the very least, please implement the feature of attaching both Discord accounts to a single email

    Thank you

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  • Stelard🎃

    I still believe a better feature would be allowing multiple identities on one account. But failing that, a way to simultaneously use multiple accounts would suffice. It absolutely cannot be like the awful tenancy switching feature MS Teams has, wherein you become blind to all activity except on the one that is currently active.

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  • jaythefae

    @Commander GreyFox

    I shouldn't have to download third-party software for a function offered on nearly every social media platform. Additionally, it has already been proven that this feature would not be useless as shown by the numerous comments with clear examples of how the feature would be beneficial. Just because you would not use it does not make a feature useless. You are not the only individual on the application.

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  • Erudian

    Consider also this specific, hypothetical scenario: A company is using Discord for both internal communication amongst its employees, as well as engaging with its clients publicly. To facilitate a "streamlined" communication channel and improve responsiveness, the company has a "generic" account to which multiple employees can subscribe/log in. These employees still maintain their individual internal profiles but can also monitor the public Discord account for direct messages, mentions, and other interactions with their clients. Just like with a group e-mail address (i.e., contact@somecompany.com), this provides both the company and the client an easy way to maintain a single, consistent point of contact, even if a specific employee leaves the company. Additionally, it can enable the company to control who within their organization can speak on their behalf.

    While accommodating such a scenario may be asking a bit much of the current iteration of the Discord system (and might actually get into some "grey areas" with respect to the current ToS), it's a totally valid use-case that could be tremendously helpful for companies considering adopting Discord. While this specific situation may be better solved with the "multiple identities per account" suggestion - the employees that are tasked with keeping up with that communication channel subscribe or are assigned permission to access the generic Discord account, or something similar - it's certainly possible that some companies could choose to implement the above for one reason or another.

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