Discord is great for finding friends on like-minded community servers, but that doesn't mean that every message you send is suitable for everyone. Fortunately, you can use spoiler tags to initially hide certain posts.
Spoiler tags apply formatting to your Discord posts in your browser , the Discord app for Windows or Mac or the mobile Discord app for Android , iPhone , or iPad .
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Adding spoiler tags to discord text messages
There are several ways to add spoiler tags to messages text you send to a Discord server. You can follow the steps below on any platform including mobile apps for Android, iPhone or iPad.
To add a spoiler tag to a text message, enter "/ spoiler " in the start of a message field. Sending "/ spoiler this is a spoiler message " to a Discord server will hide the message until recipients decide to view it.
You can also type two vertical bars at the start and end of your message. For example, "|| this is a spoiler message || "would also be displayed as a spoiler.
To view a spoiler message in a Discord thread, click or tap on it. The message will be highlightednce with a gray background behind.
Adding spoiler tags to images or attachments
You can also add spoiler tags to images or other attachments that you send to a Discord serv er. The above methods won't work for this type of content, but you can mark files and images as spoilers before uploading them.
Unfortunately, you can only add spoiler tags to images or attachments you send through the Discord website or in the app for Windows or Mac - they are not supported in mobile apps.
To do this in the Discord desktop app or website, drag and drop your file into the server chat, or click the plus sign (+) next to the chat bar.
A preview of your attached file will appear before it is sent to the chat.
Select checkCheck the "Mark as spoiler " box to hide the image or file after uploading, then click "Download ".
Once uploaded, the image or file will appear in Discord behind the spoiler tags. You can press "Spoiler " to ignore the spoiler view and inspect the file.
This removes the spoiler tag and displays the image or file normally.