No join up dirty chat
The app is great, no ads, easy to add your friends, etc.
The thing that bothers me the most, is how parents think there is so much NSFW. Its going to be your child's or your fault for letting themselves/the parents get through to that group.
They have a "Parent's Guide to Discord" which explains how to set up your account so that it will block explicit content or block certain people from contacting you or friending you.
This is basically just flipping a button in the settings.
Be vigilant about checking this app if you allow it.
This leads me to believe that they are not looking & have no interest in ridding the platform of these channels.In conclusion, I highly recommend it from a parental standard, and from a friend standard. Someone began talking to her and told her he was 37, and had been in jail for selling pot. We set up a server for my 13 year old and let her friends join and everything is going great THIS IS NOT A BAD APPFirst of all, and for those of you who are worried about your child getting 'added' to groups, that is not possible without their consent as discord uses 'invite links' sent through direct messages.Treat your children, and maybe even set up a server with them. That means that all you have to do isn't make sure they don't reply to or click on links from strangers and you can even chose to scan messages received for bad language/inappropriate content and control who can add them as a friend.They've also set up a Discord serer for their classmates and talk regularly on it. While yes there is explicitly content, they only way to see it is by joining a server.
It may be new but I feel that in the future it may very well replace programs like Skype. My daughter signed in to this "kid friendly" app while building on mine craft. So the only way that they are seeing this is by bad parenting or the child.There is a setting for a NSFW channel if your in a public server, and if you wish to go to it, it will ask if your 18 or over, of course children can press yes and just go through it, but its the parents or the childs fault.