Say Goodbye to Boring Chats with Discord’s In-App Soundboard


Discord is formally launching its own in-app soundboard that you may use in voice chats. You can use the soundboard to play a variety of noises in speech channels to amuse yourself or prank a friend. Formerly only available as a trial to a select few groups, the tool will now be made available to all users over the course of “the coming weeks,” according to a blog post on the Discord platform. Of course, we know that “the coming weeks” could technically mean “many weeks”.


Yet, there is a catch: Discord’s soundboard is only usable on the desktop app. According to Kellyn Slone, director of product communications, if you’re on your phone, you can hear the sounds but not utilize the board. Still, having an official Discord soundboard is still an upgrade over the past, when using a soundboard with the app requires using unofficial software like Voicemod.

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Luckily, you can reduce the level of Discord soundboards in settings if you don’t want to hear their noises, according to a Discord support document. You can configure those permissions if you want to restrict who can use a soundboard on your server.


Discord Nitro users to get more perks

The ability to use their uploaded sounds across other servers will be a bonus for Nitro subscribers with their soundboards. And that’s just one of a few fresh features coming to Nitro subscribers. They will also get more themes and unique avatars. Also, all users on Discord Nitro will get the new
All Discord desktop users will first receive two Super ReactionsSuper Reactions feature that you can use on the desktop client to give an emoji reaction some animation flair.

However, users of this feature should know that it has a limit. While Nitro Basic and Classic subscribers can use two super reactions every week, top subscribers can use five. In addition, there are also five new themes including Retro Storm, Strawberry Lemonade, Aurora, Sepia and Neon Nights.

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