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  • Olivier

    we use Discord in the company i work for, i work remotely and i need to be able to hide images for several reasons (nsfw, simple disturbance)
    when we switched from Slack to Discord i was surprised to discover that this feature wasn't implemented

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  • Grug

    Came here to ask for the same thing.  It's extremely simple to implement so I am shocked it's not available.

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  • Lord Touchington

    +1

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  • J.

    This is a basic QOL feature. Absolutely pathetic product management.

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  • Eric Konon

    +1

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  • Serotonin

    Are we making a push to rival Atlassian?  I thought they were the kings of trivial implementations sitting stagnant forever....

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  • Toniopixy

    +1 ! Yeah i use Discord at work and the need to hide gif or image if they are NSFW should be a no brainer

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  • Cecell

    +1, +2, +as many as possible pretty pretty please

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  • Gus_Gallantry

    Is this functionality in Nitro and not free? We are having to limit gif usage by mods without this... 

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  • Serotonin

    It is not in Nitro and I have decided to not renew my yearly nitro subscription due to the lack of attention by Discord on this.  It's not acceptable IMHO.

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  • Nano

    Is this feedback channel actually used? I don't understand how this still hasn't been added after multiple years. Is there somewhere else more relevant to report this request?

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  • koaschten / Daemona

    How is such a simple feature not implemented yet?

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  • 小路綾

    Just thought about the same today. Would like that option available either as a button, a left click button or maybe both (whichever way discord prefers). Even in dms this would be way easier than just asking the other person to please delete the image.

    I know there's a feature to scan images from everyone and blur out the not so great ones, but it's more accurate for the users if they can control the process of collapsing those instead.

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  • Nickit

    I’m also planning to not renew my Nitro. I had just emailed support about this exact feature, and they immediately pointed me to this feedback forum and said to find and upvote the request. Surprise, I found this THREE YEARS OLD request. This isn’t some fancy request that’s going to draw lots of upvotes, nor is it something that should need to go through this process. It’s a super basic QOL necessity that any Junior dev could quickly implement.

    What on earth is our Nitro money going towards if they don’t have the dev capacity to implement this without it getting some magic number of upvotes? Who wants to use some group/team chat app where previews/embeds take up such a large amount of space, where flashy gifs can annoy you until they’re scrolled away, and where you have to worry about leaving nsfw images on your display?

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  • Olivier

    I'm under the impression that because Discord is less targeted at companies than to other communities (gaming, etc.), the developers simply don't care about implementing such a feature.

    Still, this is a basic feature that any user in any community could potentially need one day or another, even users that don't use Discord for working.

    I've heard that more and more companies use Discord. So maybe this feature will eventually see the light of day.

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  • KnuckleSangwich

    Have been waiting YEARS for this QoL feature to be added to Discord. Is there any sort of status/update available Discord?

    How this wasn't in a v1 release is beyond me. So many channels are unreadable due to embeds/links. This is the saving grace of using Slack. I probably use this command 10+ times per day, if not more.

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  • KBfool

    In addition, Slack has a setting that forces minimization of embeds (pics, gifs, previews, etc) by default for the user client-side. I'd love for that to be implemented on Discord as well. 

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  • notasausage

    We're 3 years in and no implementation yet? How is this not a priority for the Discord development team when there are so many reasons to make it so, from accessibility to business use cases? I use Slack and Discord together daily and I'm literally shocked to see this is not a feature in Discord yet. It's incredibly frustrating for all of the reasons posted here previously, including the distraction of animated GIFs during a conversation. Yes, I want to see the GIF. No, I do not want to see the GIF loop for hours in my peripheral while I'm trying to get work done.

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  • Psychodata

    Guys - CSS is hard - there is no way you can just hire an HTML/web developer or something who knows how it works 

     

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  • JustinHopewell

    For the love of god, please implement this. I'd even accept a janky quick fix like just being able to black out the image. People in my server love to post gifs with excessive flashing colors and it just sits there until we chat-bump it off the screen.

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  • KronosLOT

    I found this before making the suggestion myself, I run a small server and memes are occasionally posted, I hate seeing these, perhaps I’m a Scrooge.. but the other members of my server enjoy them, and so I will not take away their ability to post media, and a meme channel simply would not be viable at this point. To my earlier point, I really despise seeing anything other than text messages when I glance at my screen, the ability to collapse media would have been one of the first functionalities I would have added to servers if I were a dev. This would be a massive quality of life improvement for me and for my fellow scrooges, and perhaps such a functionality would prevent some of our ranks from converting to grinches who steal the fun from everyone in pursuit of a tolerable screen.

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  • daemorth

    get on it disco :)

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  • pack

    256 votes and not even an official response. what a joke this program is.

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  • cymrix

    Another "easy" win for Discord, but sadly not implemented or even responded to.  how do we get insight on the ideas Discord is considering for development?

     

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  • cgales

    Maybe someone can try to message them on Twitter and point to this thread? (I don't have a twitter account, or I would do this myself)

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  • Taedirk

    Hasn't done any good in the past few years.

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  • Nickit

    cgales I've already had a support email thread with them where I requested this feature, they pointed me to this community, and I fired back with a link to this and how important of a QOL update it is but that it'll never get enough votes to matter to them because it's not an exciting feature request. Their team is useless.

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  • Neeks

    Lol its been three years since this feature request and more keep coming in over time. Its such an easy win to make your users happy, why not prioritize it by now?

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  • dr.saurus.rex

    Another +1 from me. I am shocked this isn't already an option as I also have migrated from slack. So many times when I just dont want looping gifs on the screen nonstop... ugh.

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  • Jeffc

    +1

    Please do this!  My employer just switched to Discord from Chime and although I love the ability to have  animated GIFs in the banter, it is super distracting to have animations playing at the top of the screen while trying to have a serious discussion.

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