Click on your profile icon > Open Privacy and Safety > Toggle the button for ‘Allow messages from server members’
Discord is one of the most popular online messaging platforms for informal and business-related communication.
Discord allows users to communicate on group servers or through direct messaging.
However, what happens when users start receiving unwanted messages from random users?
A few ways exist to protect yourself from these types of interactions, and turning off DMs on one or all Discord servers is one of them.
So, to learn how to turn off DMs on Discord, keep on reading.
Being a member of a high-density Discord community can become an inconvenient experience if many random members regularly send you private DMs.
Luckily, Discord offers an option that allows users to disable messages coming from strangers that belong on the same servers as them. On the other hand, friends will still be able to DM each other on the platform.
Remember that this will disable members from all Discord servers to send you messages, except your friends.
In addition, users can disable messages coming from specific servers.
Users can also disable messages on Discord using their phones. Follow the steps below to learn how to disable messages from one or all servers you are a member of.
Discord has more settings that allow users to add an extra layer of safety to protect themselves from messages that might contain explicit media content.
When users enable one of these features, Discord scans their inbox for messages of explicit nature and deletes them automatically.
Discord aims to provide its users with safety and security, which also means giving users options to choose who can and can’t message them.
Turning off the DMs on Discord is easy, and the best part is that users can turn off messages from one or all Discord servers.
Use this guide to find this feature quickly.
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