A recent Discord update for Ubuntu 13 the desktop was released which caused issues with some Discord servers.
One of the problems is the lack of an option to disable Discord server notifications.
While there is an option in the Discord server settings, it is not visible from within the desktop environment.
This is not an isolated issue.
We have also experienced issues with Discord servers which use the old Ubuntu server settings.
Discord server status is a Discord app which allows users to check their Discord status.
Discord uses the Ubuntu Server Settings app and will not appear in the Ubuntu desktop environment, even if the Discord client is enabled.
Discord will not run in Unity or GNOME on Ubuntu 13 but will work in Unity and GNOME on the other operating systems.
Discord is a fairly popular platform for people to communicate with each other.
In a previous article, we explored how Discord works in Ubuntu and found that the new Discord update caused issues for some users.
While Discord is still supported in Ubuntu 12.04, it was disabled in 13.10 and 13.12.
While the issues we had were not specific to Discord, it does not look like it will be an issue for everyone.
Discord users who are experiencing issues with their Discord server will be able to try disabling the Discord app in the future.
The Discord Discord Server Settings article on the Discord Discord server page has instructions for how to do this.
In the Discord settings, you will see a menu that allows you to turn off Discord notifications, which will make Discord appear as a normal app.
We hope that Discord users will not experience this issue, especially since Discord is already supported in Unity.