After many queries from its users, Discord has finally released folder feature for group servers. The company added server folders today to make it easier for it’s users to organize the servers they’re participating in. Users can now simply drag and drop a server on top of another one to form a folder that will expand when you click on it.
You can also assign custom colors and names to the server folders. You can arrange them in any order you want in the sidebar. The feature is available immediately in both the desktop and mobile versions of Discord.
In addition to the much anticipated server folder feature, Discord has reduced CPU and memory usage and made massive server connection gains. For desktop users, Discord has also enhanced overlay performance by improving resolutions that are less than 4K.
You only need to update and refresh your app to see all of these updates.