Discord is a popular chat app with a ton of great features. One of those features is the ability to create your own channels.
This can be handy for creating groups specifically for certain activities, like a rules channel for your game group.
In this post, we'll show you how to make a rules channel in Discord and some best practices for using it.
Let's get started!
How to Make a Rules Channel in Discord?
Right-click on your server and select ‘Create channel’ from the drop-down menu.
Select the ‘text-channel’ option and name your new channel ‘rules’.
Once the channel shows up on your left-hand menu, hover over it and click on the ‘gear icon’ (Server settings).
Click on ‘Permissions’; next, click on ‘Advanced permissions’. You can adjust the settings as you wish; however, we recommend setting the roles to everyone, disabling the ability to send messages, and enabling users to view your message history. In the end, click ‘Save changes.’
Next, go back and click on ‘Integrations’.
Select ‘Create webhooks’ from the left-hand menu.
You can leave the Discord logo or you can attach your image. In the ‘Name’ field type in your server name.
Managing big or public Discord communities can sometimes become chaotic.
By setting up roles from the beginning, Discord community members will be more likely to behave respectfully. In addition, it can help you avoid misunderstandings and will inform users what they can expect by joining your server.