Allow unchecking @everyone in the new "Server as Role" drop down role list
I have a channel that I only want those without a role to see, once a user gets assigned a role that channel becomes irrelevant to them and should be hidden from then on.
Using the new "Server as role" feature you can assume a role to test what it can and cannot see and do. Since you are unable to uncheck @everyone from the Server as Role list, that channel that should be hidden to everyone with a role is always visible. This can definitely be a source of confusion and frustration to anyone trying to test roles and can't figure out why they are still seeing a channel that should be hidden for this role. There should be no reason why you are prevented from unchecking @everyone from the list. As you can see in my scenario there are valid reasons for doing so.
You can simply give yourself a role from that menu and it'll be hidden away. The @ everyone serves as the POV for people without a role.0
That is the point. If I want to see what a user with a role sees and it shows something only someone without a role should see. Then that would be a reason to let you uncheck @everyone so that you know for sure that the person with a role doesn't see something i don't want them to see.-1
Echra_pod, I don't think you understand how the "server as role" feature works. These screenshots should help you understand that im not actually changing whether someone is on the server or not. On the 2nd one, it shows a drop down menu, at the bottom of said menu, you cannot uncheck @everyone.0
That's because...everyone has the @everyone role. Its properties cannot be changed. It cannot be deleted. It's meant to act as the base permission set for all members of a server. Even members with other roles still possess the @everyone role, and are still affected by it.
Being able to deselect it would be entirely useless0
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