Discord vs Pumble

Pumble is a free alternative to Discord that lets you to have organized and simple communication within your team, all for free!

Unlimited channels

Unlimited channels

Everyone can join and send messages in public channels. Only invited users can send messages in a private channel.

Threads

Threads

Spin off side conversations into threads to keep the channel distraction-free.

Unlimited message history

Message history

Access all your messages that have ever been sent to get context for past decisions or get new team members up to speed faster.

Mobile and desktop apps

Use Pumble wherever you go

Pumble app is available for you on iOS and Android mobile phones, as well as the desktop app.

Notifications

Customize notifications

Set your notifications in a most suitable way for you. Pause them all, or just mute some channels, or mute all notifications with Do Not Disturb mode.

Share and find files

Share files and links

Share images, videos, documents or links with your teammates and search for them later via File browser.

Mentions

Mentions

Mention others to notify them about important information for them.

Emoji reactions

Emoji reactions

Use emoji reactions to show other team members what do you think about message, to respond them without typing or just to show that you have read the message.

What’s the difference between Discord and Pumble?

Unlimited channels

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.

Discord alternative - unlimited channels

Use of threads

In Discord, once you make a thread you have to give it a name and you're disturbed with notifications about new thread in the chat. Also, Discord threads 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.

Discord alternative - threads

Keep on private server

Keep Pumble and all the data on your own private server for maximum privacy and security. Learn more

self hosted

Why businesses switch from Discord to Pumble

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“Has been such an ease. Favorite features: Do Not Disturb mode, editing messages, tagging people, emoji reactions.”

Meaghan M.

Executive Assistant | Marketing and Advertising, 1-10 employees
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”Easy to see if there is a thread, direct message or message in channel section.”

Michelle M.

Administrative Assistant | Security and Investigations, 11-50 employees
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”Pumble is a good platform for a professional like me who has to use multiple platforms at the same time.”

Shambhavi P.

Project Coordinator | Broadcast Media, 201-500 employees
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“Easy to use and clear demarcation in terms of communicating with other users. No confusion at all.”

Sisir D.

Consultant | E-Learning, 1-10 employees
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“I loved the user friendliness of Pumble and it is much better compared to other products!”

Hrishi K.

President | Civic & Social Organization, 11-50 employees
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“I started using it in a few minutes, the User interface was straight-forward enough to start using the Pumble in minutes.”

Daoud M.

Founder | Developer | Designer | Information Technology and Services, 1-10 employees