Chat platform Discord has introduced its own in-app soundboard that users can use in voice channels.
“We’re introducing Soundboards: a new way to respond in voice channels, with voices curated by your community,” Discord said in a blogpost.
“At launch, soundboards can only be used or managed on desktop. However, mobile users can still hear any sounds you play, so they’ll be in the loop when HONKHONK are in
This feature will roll out in the coming weeks.
Soundboard is a voice channel feature that allows you to play a short audio clip that can be heard by all participants in the same voice channel. According to the company, like Reactions and Super Reactions, Soundboard is a way for you to express yourself and react to voice channel conversations or Go live streams.
To use Soundboard, users will need to go into any voice channel in their server and they will see a new button next to Activities that resembles a music album.
Clicking on that button will bring up the Soundboard panel.
In Settings, users can turn the volume all the way down if they don’t want to hear sounds from the Discord soundboard, and they can also limit who can use the soundboard on their servers, the company noted.
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