Discord has recently started testing a Members page that displays details of who has recently joined a server, the age of the joining account, and the invite link they used to join the server.

In addition to this, the page will also show information about one’s current server roles and flags for anomalous DM activity and timeouts.

With its user-friendly design and a range of management tools, the Members page will help simplify the process of handling server members. It will also help ensure smooth and efficient server operations.


Discord testing a new Members page

As of now, access to the Members page is restricted to a small number of servers. In addition to this, one can only access the new page through a browser or desktop app.

Also, it is only visible to those team members who possess admin, ban, manage, or kick permissions.

Even so, a quick look at some user comments (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9) suggests that people are quite happy with the recently introduced modifications.

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Users think that the new page will be particularly helpful in countering DM spam. They feel that the inclusion of timeout flags for muted users and ‘suspicious DM activity’ is quite useful.

They believe that it will boost efficacy in catching scammers since administrators no longer need to wait for complaints. Also, they can take prompt action to maintain a spam-free and safe server environment.

You’ve never been able to see what invite someone joined with. You could try to guess it by monitoring which invite’s usage went up when someone joined, but that wouldn’t work if multiple people joined at once.

People are also happy as they can now view the invite that a person used to join the server. As per the claims, earlier, one could only guess it by monitoring which invite’s usage went up when someone joined.

This would be good for members who have a warning on specific behavior and reoccurring issue members.

However, a few are of the view that the developers should also introduce custom flags or notes.

They assert that having a separate field for staff notes can be a valuable addition and help enhance the server management experience.

This feature can be particularly helpful for members who need to be warned for specific behaviors. Additionally, this will prove useful in tracking recurring issues among members.

Having said that, we will update this story once the Members page leaves beta testing and starts rolling out widely.

Note: We have more such stories in our News section. So make sure that you follow them as well.

Feature and inline image source: Discord.

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