In Discord, you can quote someone’s message by using a special syntax known as a “block quote.” Here’s how you can do it:
- Click on the message you want to quote.
- Click on the Quote button.
- The message will be quoted in your chat box.
- You can edit the quote as needed.
- Click on Enter to send the quote.
Here is an example of how to quote someone on Discord:
> This is a quote from @username. > > "I love Discord!"
The greater-than symbol (>) is used to start a quote on Discord. You can also use the
> key on your keyboard. The quote will be indented and the username of the person who sent the message will be displayed.
You can also quote multiple messages on Discord. To do this, simply click on the messages you want to quote and then click on the Quote button. The messages will be quoted in your chat box one after the other.
Here is an example of how to quote multiple messages on Discord:
> This is a quote from @username. > > "I love Discord!" > > > This is a quote from @anotherusername. > > > > "Discord is the best!"
By using the quote feature in Discord, you can make it clear which specific message you are responding to and keep conversations organized, especially in busy or active servers. Quoting messages can be useful for discussions, debates, or when you want to provide context for your responses.