So I have a few issues with the pop-up desktop notifications as they currently are. 3 of them, all of which I think are relatively easy fixes
1) Location. Right now the notification boxes pop up in the bottom-right of my screen. This causes it to block things like parts of the taskbar, the buttons to bring up tenor gifs or emoji menus, and the buttons to interact with messages to delete or edit them until they're far enough up the screen. Or even more important, it blocks the "jump to present" button in fast moving chats because the notifications from the current chat keep popping up, making it impossible to catch up.
I would appreciate the option to move the notifications to different corners of the screen depending on what I'm doing and my needs. As I'm in a lot of servers and sometimes the notification box can be constantly there as it tries to keep up with everything, even as I try to rapidly dismiss them to get to the buttons I need. If I could move it to the top right of my screen for example, I'd rarely have any issues since I usually use my taskbar to minimize and switch applications, and can also use it to close them.
2) Information. Currently the notifications give me a snippet of the message and what channel in a server it's from, but not the server itself. So if a message from somewhere pops up that I want to check out, but the channel has some generic title or I'm in multiple servers on similar topics and the channels have similar names because of it, finding the message again is impossible unless I click on that notification and jump to it immediately, which has a limited window of time before it moves on to the next notification
3) Consistency. Kinda tied to issue 2, but many times I'll click on a notification to try and jump to the channel it's from and it just... doesn't. I'm not clicking the dismiss button, but it just dismisses it instead of using it. Combine that with issue 2 where I then cannot subsequently find the source of the message manually without extensive searching, and it becomes a consistent frustration. On it's own it probably wouldn't even be noticeable really but it does get exacerbated by the other issue.
Sorry if these issues seem nitpicky, I'm probably not the template for all discord users with the number of servers I'm in and how many notifications I get (I know most people mute most of their servers to negate the issue but I tend to not interact with people as much without active notifications to see when topics I'm interested in pop up.). But I think for those like me these are very easy things to fix to just make things more accessible and manageable that doesn't hurt people who don't face the issues.
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