Being an owner of a large Discord community can be very challenging.
Luckily, Discord offers many options that enable users to easily manage members so everyone can have an enjoyable time on the server.
One such functionality is the ability to assign a moderator role that can act as a helping hand for the server owner.
The moderator on Discord is responsible for maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all Discord users, which can be achieved by moderating or deleting messages and inviting, banning, unbanning, or suspending those who violate the rules.
In the following article, we explain more about this Discord role and what users need to do in order to make someone a moderator.
By creating a moderator role in Discord, you will have someone who can set the community's rules and invite people to join, remove and replace moderators, and keep an eye on the overall community.
Setting special permissions for Discord administrators is crucial for the server members to be managed efficiently. Otherwise, assigning the mod role wouldn’t make any sense.
Your moderator should have the ability to add, omit, restrict, or block members as a general rule.
To set permissions, follow these steps:
After you have created a mod role, it is time to assign the role to an actual person. Choose your new moderator carefully, as they may have the same rights as you. Therefore, it’s best to add a mod role to someone you know and trust.
Server owners can also edit a mod’s role if they think they have given too much permission to someone.
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Good user management is the core skill a Discord moderator should possess, taking into account that they are responsible for the overall happiness of the server members.
Discord moderators should oversee the dynamics of a Discord server, engage in a conversation, and monitor the behavior of the users since they determine whether or not someone will be banned or muted.