Andrey (azangru) wrote,

Yep, I am surprized Discord is far less popular than Slack (although it might be possible they would have also behaved like pricks).

P.S.: this is a common use of at-mentions that I find annoying because of its double messaging (which I perceive as insincere). The tweet reads as if it is directed at the readers of her feed; but the mention is likely intended to draw the attention of the Slack team. So what looks like a message to one audience contains a different message to another.

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