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Ty folks yeah it’s great when the chat is lit
My initial response was gonna be "no just boot the Slack bastards!"But instead I'll offer one tidbit. Chat it up. Often, everyday, frequently. About whatever. Could be useful tips advice etc .Or...Nonsensical whimsy. Sometimes my guys will write as though they are in actual camp, describing the burning bag of poo they left in front of someone's tent... Or some old crusty underwear under another's pillow... Or just regale tales sitting around the fire cracking open some beers. Point being, if your game chat is active, it may draw reluctant players in... and you might have some fun with it along the way.
That’ll be awesome @ghost_pepper is there a link for discord “magic’s”
It is not however the best app for Guild communication because, like the forum, you cannot video share without third party YouTube etc.Other apps like LINE and even Facebook messenger allow chatrooms and video clips to be shared directly, making them superior to Discord for Guild Coms.
You're saying that if this forum had video upload, you could use the Zombrex recruiting thread for GW communication @ATLAS-Z?
The only drawback of discord is have to switch to paid server to be able to upload videos.
Nowhere did I say that. I merely asked a question. Which you haven't answered.
You can google it, or ask your grand children
My point @Paste is that the things that are great about Discord are some of the same things that are good about a message board format.You can pin stuff, divide into channels, subforums etc, they are both great for this. If I need hard info about something previously shared, I can go to these places and look it up. Good stuff. But when it comes to real time chat, Discord falls short, maybe not as short as a message board, but still short. So what's wrong with using a superior medium just for that? You don't have to quit using Discord to chat on another app. During War and Challenge, my guild (and other top guilds who can speak for themselves ) share video in the chat streams, not just off YouTube. For many reasons. And not just to teach, but also to invite critiques.Imagine a middling player trying to improve? They share their challenge videos and war video so that their guild mates can give advice, and tell them where they went wrong, or even in real time, asking what they should do next? Like hey, I'm kinda screwed here right, what should I do?Myself, I'll share a link to how Jay-Z or Busta tackled a certain Mission with YouTube link, sure, but I'll also sometimes share it direct upload of how I did it. Along with how many tries it took me.People who are devote worshippers of Discord are not any better than those that worship LINE.Neither are perfect, and neither should be used at the exclusion of all else.