Voice messages


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  • dushan

    Whether you're looking to add to the experience of your Discord channel or simply wish to add some voice messaging, you may have noticed that there is a new feature. You may also have heard about the potential security issues that can arise when sending voice memos.

    Text-to-speech is now enabled

    Whether you are an avid gamer, a streamer, or just a casual user, you may have noticed that Text-to-speech is now enabled for voice messages on Discord. You can enable and disable this feature on your device. It's a great way to help you stay connected with your friends in the Discord app.

    Text-to-speech isn't available on all platforms, though. You can check to see if Text-to-speech is enabled on your Discord server by going to the settings menu.

    If Text-to-speech is enabled, you should see a message pop up in the bottom right corner of the window. You should also hear a voice rendering. The quality of the voice rendering on Text-to-speech isn't the best, though.

    You can also configure your text-to-speech notifications. To do this, go to App Settings and click the Gear icon. This opens up a sidebar with Discord settings. You can turn off text-to-speech, select text-to-speech notifications, and disable text-to-speech messages altogether.

    Streamers can engage with their audience

    Streamers can engage with their audience via voice messages to the Discord. This is a useful way to maintain a connection with your audience. However, be careful not to spam the chat or interfere with conversations. Also, don't use Discord to manipulate engagement.

    While many Discord servers offer voice channels, it is important to set aside a private channel for your stream. You can also opt to use Discord's text-to-speech feature when in a live stream. This feature can help people with reading difficulties. However, it is only available for Windows and Mac users.

    Another useful way to engage with your audience is by posting clips from your stream on social media. This can help increase your fanbase. You can even convert those clips into TikTok videos or Instagram reels. You can also share your stream's announcements on Twitter.

    In addition to social media and chat, streamers can also accept donations or payment through third party apps. Some streamers also sell merchandise to help promote their stream. Donations are the easiest way to pay streamers, but some streamers also accept Bitcoin or PayPal.

    Text chat is limiting for some people

    Having tried out Discord, I can say that I've found the audio and video chat to be a bit of a mystery. In fact, I have to say I haven't had a good chat with anyone on Discord in ages. This is a shame because it's one of the only ways I have to interact with people on a daily basis. I'm not sure why I've found this to be a problem, but I'm sure I'm not alone.

    If you're looking for a text chat experience that's a bit more formal, you may want to look elsewhere. The text and video features of Discord are pretty much limited to paid users. But that doesn't mean you have to miss out. You can also join community servers if you're looking for more casual a conversation.

    While you're at it, why not play some games as well? Discord has some pretty decent games. If you're a gamer, you might even be lucky enough to find one that you really like.

    Sending voice memos poses a privacy risk

    Using third-party applications to record voice channels in Discord poses a privacy risk to users. These applications typically only record audio, so the data collected is largely unprotected. If users accidentally share sensitive data with these applications, this can pose a privacy risk as well. In other words, Discord could protect its users' recorded data by restricting third-party applications from accessing it. In addition, Discord could take measures to protect the data from misuse, if users decide to allow it.

    There are formal rules for using voice channels in Discord, such as Community Guidelines and the Terms of Service. However, it's unclear how the company is enforcing those rules. In addition, users can remove content based on keywords, regular expressions and more. They can also overwrite the hierarchy of moderators and administrators in these channels. This could create a de facto surveillance system that could discourage users from using voice channels.

    While there is no concrete data on how Discord is protecting its users' privacy, users should be aware of the risks that can be associated with using third-party applications to record voice channels in the Discord. This can include data that is collected by Discord through its /api/science and /api/track APIs. (Shadowrocket)