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Introducing voice-linked text channels

Published on 20 Apr 2017 by Foorack

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Hello everyone, long-time no see! I’ve been pretty busy with school lately and I will be until the near future. Because of that, I have not had much time to do much CK development work however we still got something cool to introduce today, something many of you have requested since we moved to Discord.

It isn’t always you have a microphone, it isn’t always you can talk and at sometimes you maybe just don’t want to talk. As you may have guessed from the title, yes, we are introducing voice-linked text channels. What this means is that every voice channel will have a corresponding text channel. The text channels are named with the same name as the voice channel with the “-voice” suffix at the end.

The voice-text-channels are by default hidden and you can only see the text channel when you are in the corresponding voice channel (much like how TeamSpeak works). Message history is also disabled for the voice channels to match the behaviour of TeamSpeak.

I know this was not a big update but I hope you will enjoy it.

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