Can we please allow administrators and server owners to select a setting that blocks accounts under [X] days age from joining?

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  • Volleo

    It would be possible to write a bot to do this (I would, but I would inevitably get it on too many servers and then do something evil with it...). Discord account IDs (and all other IDs) have timestamps; seventeen-digit IDs correspond to things (user accounts, channels, roles...) created before 3 October 2015 at 22:44:17.911 UTC, and nineteen-digit IDs will start on 22 July 2022 at 11:22:59.101 UTC. Twenty-digit IDs won't happen until over 125 years from now, so nobody probably cares. Maybe do that while this gets support.

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  • maliqa linar

    I completely agree with the suggestion to introduce a feature that allows administrators and server owners to block accounts below a certain age from joining. This would be a valuable addition to enhance security and maintain a trusted user base within servers. Implementing such a setting would provide administrators with greater control over who can access their server, ensuring a safer and more secure environment. Additionally, offering customization options for the account age threshold would allow server owners to adapt the restriction to their specific needs. It's important to prioritize the implementation of this feature to improve overall server security and user experience.read more........

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  • Nestore Celest

    I understand your frustration with dealing with disruptive users creating multiple alt accounts. Here are a few suggestions that may help:

    • Consider using a bot that can automatically ban or restrict new accounts under a certain age. There are bots like Dyno and MEE6 that have this capability. That way you don't have to manually ban each alt account.
    • For larger servers, recruit active moderators who can help monitor and quickly ban alt accounts on sight. Having enough staffing can greatly reduce disruption.
    • Use server verification level to require new members to have a registered phone number attached to their account. This raises the barrier for trolls creating endless alt accounts.
    • Prevent new members from being able to message existing members directly until they've been in the server for a certain period of time. This reduces harassment via DMs.
    • For serious repeat offenders, document details and report them to Discord's Trust and Safety team. If they are violating Discord's Terms of Service, action may be taken on their entire account.
    • Consider making your server private and requiring applications/vetting for new members. This reduces drive-by trolling.
    • As a last resort, take your server offline temporarily until the troll loses interest.

    I hope these suggestions give you some additional options to consider beyond just banning by account age. Discord is designed to be open, but servers can take steps to protect their communities from abuse. For more details, check out here.

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  • woyejax

    It would be possible to write a bot to do this (I would, but I would inevitably get it on too many servers and then do something evil with it...). Discord account IDs (and all other IDs) have timestamps; seventeen-digit IDs correspond to things (user accounts, channels, roles...) created before 3 October 2015 at 22:44:17.911 UTC, and nineteen-digit IDs will start on 22 July 2022 at 11:22:59.101 UTC. Twenty-digit IDs won't happen until over 125 years from now, so nobody probably cares. Maybe do that while this gets support. If you have any further questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to John Williamson, a knowledgeable member of our community who may offer valuable insights.

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  • polin kuer

    Yes, it is possible to implement a setting that allows administrators and server owners to block accounts under a certain number of days old from joining. This can help prevent the influx of spam or malicious accounts on the platform. By selecting an age threshold, administrators can ensure that only established and reputable accounts are able to join their server.

     

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  • woyejax

    Yes, it is possible to implement a setting that allows administrators and server owners to block accounts under a certain number of days old from joining. This can help prevent the influx of spam or malicious accounts on the platform of Home Remodeling in Woodinville. By selecting an age threshold, administrators can ensure that only established and reputable accounts are able to join their server.

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  • john qasim

    Implementing a feature to allow administrators and server owners to block accounts under a certain age from joining could be beneficial for managing user interactions and preventing spam or abuse. Here's how you could approach implementing this feature:

    Administrator Settings: Create a new setting within the administrative dashboard or settings panel that allows administrators and server Oni Seed CO owners to specify the minimum age threshold for accounts to join the server. This setting should be adjustable to accommodate different server requirements.

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  • Underscore

    This would be quite a good option.

    I wrote a suggestion with the same goal than yours, avoid trolls by seeing related accounts (sharing ip, mail, phone number, etc)
    Maybe you can check it if you agree with it ^^

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  • 6492

    There are bots for that, one of my favorites is @mewdeko bot on top.gg, it has a feature called ".antialt" which is very customizable and will mute/kick accounts under a certain age - depending on how you customize it. 

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  • woyejax

    Yes, it is possible to implement a setting that allows administrators and server owners to block accounts under a certain number of days old from joining. This can help prevent the influx of spam or malicious accounts on the platform. By selecting an age-threshold Snohomish painting Company, administrators can ensure that only established and reputable accounts can join their server.

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