Discord is a free voice, video, and text chat app that's used by tens of millions of people to talk and hang out with their communities and friends online.
People use Discord daily to talk about many things, ranging from art projects and family trips to homework and mental health support. It's a home for communities of any size, but it's most widely used by small and active groups of people who talk regularly.
People love Discord because it’s a home for all their communities and groups of friends. It's a place where they can be themselves and spend time with other people who share their interests and hobbies. There's no algorithm deciding what they should see, no endless scrolling, and no news feed. Conversations on Discord are driven by shared interests.
We use Discord for:
Discord is a free download - just visit discord.com (or click the button below) and click the download link. When you first install Discord you will not be a "member" of any servers (you can join lots of Discord servers at once) - read the next section to join our Discord server.
To join our Discord server, all you need to do is click the button below - it will pop open a new browser tab, and guide you through the process. Once you've joined, the VirtualFlight.Online logo will appear in the margin of the Discord app for you to visit any time you want.
Here's a quick guide to what Discord is, how it works, and why it's great:
Perhaps the most difficult part of Discord for beginners to get their head around is configuring sound, and using the voice chat rooms.
To get started:
We enforce "push to talk" in many of the flight-related voice channels both to help people not talk over each other, and as a safeguarding measure (so we don't hear things in the background we should not).