Discord servers offer many ways to manage communication between channels. There are fine-grained controls that can, among other things, prevent certain words from being used, prevent message traps, and block/deny users.
If you have many users on a server, managing permissions for each of them can be a challenge. Adding additional/different administrators to the server makes the job easier.
When you try to send a message over the channel, you may encounter certain blocks that prevent you from sending the message. This could be an error or an administrative control that is enabled to control the channel conversation.
What causes the “Sending messages on this channel is temporarily disabled” error?
The error is triggered for the following reasons.
Broken Discord Servers: In some cases, the primary servers used by Discord to run the service are under maintenance or temporarily unavailable, so you see this error when you send messages. Servers are often maintained to improve certain features and protect against threats. It can also prevent you from logging in and you may not even be able to log into your account.
Internet connection: It is also possible that the Internet connection you use to connect to the servers is unstable or cannot be connected properly, which can lead to this error. The connection may also have problems if your computer is not set up to use the correct DNS servers.
How do I fix the “Sending messages on this channel is temporarily disabled” error
Checking the status of the service
This error problem usually occurs when the service servers are down.
- Discord will notify users on its Reddit community page and on its Twitter account if this is a site-wide problem.
- For an assessment of the response, see Discord`s Reddit page and Twitter account.
- You can also check the status of the Discord service on its official website.
Check if you are banned
- To make sure you have not been banned from Discord, try creating a new account and use it.
- You can also try using a different IP address to access the account and see if that helps.
Changing your DNS settings
- Press Windows + R to open Run.
- Type Control and click OK.
- In the Control Panel window, go to Network and Internet.
- Click Network and Sharing Center.
- In the left pane, click Change Adapter Settings.
- Right-click the network adapter and choose Properties.
- In the Properties window, double-click Internet Protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
- Select the Use the following DNS server addresses option.
- In the Preferred and Alternate DNS server field, enter the following address.
- Click OK to save your changes and close the properties window.
- Restore the differences and see if anything has improved.
In addition to the Google public DNS server address mentioned above, you can also use a third-party public DNS server. You can also download the DNS Jumper tool. It’s a handy little tool that can help you find the address of the fastest public DNS server, as well as help you accept the DNS server address in one click.
If the problem persists, try connecting to a different network connection. You can also use the “hotspot” feature on your phone to see if the problem is related to your Internet connection. Also, disconnect or close any active VPN connection that may be causing problems with your Disparity Connection.
Frequently Asked Questions
If your account has been deactivated by mistake, send a request to support via dis. gd/contact. Once you've sent it with your email address, wait for a response and ask NICELY if it can deactivate your account again, or at least ask why it was deactivated.
- Restart the discord.
- Check to see if there is a server failure on the Discord side.
- It could be your internet. Turn them off.
- Try changing the server region.
- Switch platforms from mobile to office and vice versa.
- Log in to Discord.
If you deactivate your account, you can restore it at any time after performing this action. If you change your mind, you can reactivate your account.