Undiscord - Delete all messages in a Discord channel or DM
⚠️ Any tool that automates actions on user accounts, including this one, could result in account termination. (see self-bots).
Use at your own risk! (discussion).
First you need a Browser Extension for managing UserScripts (skip if you already have one):
(NOTE: GreasyFork is recommended for now, OpenUserJS is not receiving updates)
Open Discord in your browser (Not the App) and go to the channel or direct message you would like to be wiped.
Click the 🗑️ button that was added in the top right corner.
Click on the buttons near Author ID and Server ID and Channel ID.
Click the button to begin wipping!
I made this tool just for you ❤️ , it would be awesome if you could just click the ⭐️ Star button at the top!
A few extra generous people asked for this, so here you can buy me a coffee. Thank you! You'll be in my special list ^_^
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Found a bug?
Is prefered that issues follow a certain format. If you're not familiar with bug reports, please use the discussions tab instead.
If you believe you found a bug please file an issue, but please fill the issue template.
If you are looking to contribute please read the CONTRIBUTING first.
Copy paste version
Looking for the old Copy/Paste version? here
Originally from https://gist.github.com/victornpb/135f5b346dea4decfc8f63ad7d9cc182
⛔️ DO NOT SHARE YOUR AUTH TOKEN! ⛔️
Sharing your authToken on the internet will give full access to your account! There are bots gathering credentials all over the internet.
If you post your token by accident, LOGOUT from discord on that same browser you got that token imediately.
Changing your password will make sure that you get logged out of every device. I advice that you turn on 2FA afterwards.
If you are unsure do not post screenshots, or logs on the internet.
Using third-party scripts means you trust that the script’s developer hasn’t inserted malicious functionality into the code and has secured it against attackers trying to do the same. You should never run code you don't trust.
Please read: what I'm doing to ensure this is safe for users.
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