Step 1: Open Discord Mobile
To get started, open the Discord app on your mobile device. If you don’t have the app yet, you can download it from the App Store or Google Play Store.
Step 2: Join a Server or Start a DM
Once you’re in the app, you’ll need to join a server or start a direct message with someone. You can do this by tapping on the server or person’s name in your Discord home screen.
Step 3: Type Your Message
Next, type out the message you want to send. If you want to spoiler part of the message, you’ll need to surround that text with two vertical bars (“||”).
Step 4: Add Vertical Bars
To add vertical bars, simply type two bars before and after the text you want to spoiler. For example, if you want to spoiler the word “hello,” you would type “||hello||”.
Step 5: Send Your Message
Once you’ve added the vertical bars, you’re ready to send your message. Simply hit the send button, and your message will be sent with the spoiler text hidden.
Q: Can I spoiler text in a group chat?
A: Yes, you can spoiler text in a group chat just like you would in a direct message.
Q: Can I spoiler an entire message?
A: Yes, you can spoiler an entire message by adding the vertical bars before and after the entire message.
Q: Can I spoiler text on desktop?
A: Yes, you can spoiler text on both desktop and mobile versions of Discord.
Q: Can I customize the color of spoiler text?
A: No, currently there is no way to customize the color of spoiler text on Discord.
Now that you know how to spoiler text on Discord Mobile, you can keep your messages safe from prying eyes. Just remember to surround the text you want to spoiler with two vertical bars, and you’re good to go!