The app does let you have some control with people you wouldnt want to interact with or talk to anymore like blocking them if you feel they are a bad influence to you, which I feel gives myself more security and privacy.
Overall, this app has alot of great potential, and I hope the developers reach out and read what we, the users, have to say about the app to improve it and make it better for the future community.
"Many of the largest Reddits use it," Discord CEO Jason Citron told Gizmodo in an email.
"These bigger communities may appear to be a large part of Discord, [but] only a very small number of people actually participate in them relative to the entire Discord population." We'll have to trust Citron that the lion's share of users are on Discord for its intended purpose -- chatting while gaming -- but the number who aren't is certainly growing: Of the estimated 12,000 servers, three of the biggest are directly associated with a subreddit, according to unofficial index discordservers.
"Everyday there are raids of alt-right people," Seven, an admin of a popular server for the discussion of Islam, told Gizmodo.