/postcommand is an important security measure in disguise! A key to most discord hacker's tactics is to spread their malicious links and scams to as many people as possible, as quick as possible. In discord, the hacker relies on mass mentions like @everyone, @here, and @<roles> to ping large groups of people and draw them in, creating FOMO around their scam. Restricted access to mass mentions is an integral part to any server's setup. Usually, the
Mention @everyone, @here, and All Rolespermission is restricted to admins and trusted mods.
Mention @everyone, @here, and All Rolespermissions, your server is at risk. In addition, admins and mods may have access to other bots that can mass mention users through message builders, webhook managers, or other features. This has led security-conscious servers to eliminate mass mention permissions from mods which requires a lot more work from admins.
/postcommand. This means that servers can give mods the power to use mass mentions without worrying about them falling victim to hackers. Another upside is that mods can mass mention users to warn them if a hacker is detected.
Mention @everyone, @here, and All Rolespermissions from all users and channels (any user with
Administratorpermissions can still mass mention)
Integrations -> Manage Bot