Discord Community Moderation Checklist

The Discord Community Moderation Checklist is a comprehensive set of guidelines for keeping a Discord server safe and enjoyable for users. It includes rules for acceptable content, rules for acceptable behavior, and expectations for moderators. The checklist also includes reminders for moderators to be fair and consistent in their decisions, and to use appropriate tools to monitor the server. The checklist also provides guidance on how to respond to violations, and how to take positive steps to build a successful and healthy community. Finally, it encourages moderators to strive for transparency, communication, and trust between users and moderators.

  • Review Discord's Community Guidelines and Terms of Service
  • Create a welcome message for new users and post it in a designated channel
  • Set up channels and roles for different user groups
  • Monitor conversations in channels and take action when necessary
  • Create rules and guidelines for acceptable behavior and post them in a designated channel
  • Set up a reporting system for users to report inappropriate behavior or violations of rules
  • Regularly review user feedback and take action as needed
  • Track user activity and take appropriate action when necessary
  • Update rules and guidelines as needed
  • Take disciplinary action when necessary.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How often should I review and update my Discord Community Moderation Checklist?

    You should review and update your Discord Community Moderation Checklist regularly to ensure that it remains up-to-date and that all rules and guidelines are being followed. Updates should be made as needed, especially when new features or changes are introduced to the platform.