Chat channel update

The chat channel previously known as “Multilingual” (command /m) has been changed to an English only channel and renamed to “English” (command /e). The “Global” channel is still the default channel but you can now speak any language there, which makes a lot more sense given the name. Also, you can now choose to leave even the Global channel, meaning you can mute public chat by typing both “/leave e” and “/leave g”. This includes any messages sent from Discord in any of the synchronized channels. As a reminder, to rejoin any of the channels, simply type “/g” for Global and “/e” for English, and to see all messages sent in a channel without setting it as your target channel for sending messages, you can type “/listen e” or “/listen g”. By default you receive messages from all channels.

All relevant commands can also be found in our command reference.

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