Discord has a limit of 500 on channels and 100 on servers. Servers are essentially the same thing as workspaces in Pumble.
Within Pumble, you don’t have a limit regarding the number of channels you have in your workspace. There is also no limit on the number of workspaces you can create or join.
Use of threads
Threads in Discord redirect users to a new message screen instead of staying within the same channel. Discord threads also expire after a certain amount of time, so you can’t keep the conversation going in the thread indefinitely.
In a Pumble channel, you can choose to reply directly to someone’s comment and start a new thread. This helps keep conversations on-topic and channels uncluttered.
Do not Disturb mode
Discord doesn’t have Do Not Disturb mode. You could tweak your phone or OS settings to make this kind of work with Discord, but it’s nice to do this in the app itself.
In Pumble you have an option to set the hours for which app allows notifications in your personal preferences.
Keep on private server
Keep Pumble and all the data on your own private server for maximum privacy and security.
Why businesses switch from Discord to Pumble
“Has been such an ease. Favorite features: Do Not Disturb mode, editing messages, tagging people, emoji reactions.”
”Easy to see if there is a thread, direct message or message in channel section.”
”Pumble is a good platform for a professional like me who has to use multiple platforms at the same time.”
“Easy to use and clear demarcation in terms of communicating with other users. No confusion at all.”
“I loved the user friendliness of Pumble and it is much better compared to other products!”
“I started using it in a few minutes, the User interface was straight-forward enough to start using the Pumble in minutes.”