Text-To-Speech (TTS) is one of the greatest features of Discord which makes your dream come true by reading whatever you type in your channel. This feature allows your bot to read any of your messages, even you can have a lot of fun using this feature and I don’t feel that there is any need to tell you about this. Now, How to use Text To Speech On Discord? In this article, there are some easy ways mentioned which will help you in using this Text-To-Speech feature of Discord App.
How To Enable Text-To-Speech?
It’s very easy to use this feature, you just have to type /tts before your sentence, the text will be automatically converted into speech. Let’s take an example:
If you want this sentence – ‘TechToogle – More Than A Blog” to be read in Text-To-Speech
Then you just need to type like this – “/tts TechToogle – More Than A Blog”
[No need to use the quotation marks (“”)]
The TTS feature on Discord basically uses the default settings. You’ll hear different TTS voices using different platforms. Internet browsers like- Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome may have different TTS reading bot than Mac or Windows.
Two Easy methods For Utilising TTS:
Notification Settings & Server-Wide Mute
First, you need to open Settings > Notifications > Text-To-Speech
As you can see in the image, there are three options available. Before selecting any of these options, you must read the function of each of them.
- For all channels: Using this setting, you won’t need to type /tts command again & again. It will allow every channel across any server to read messages in TTS.
- For current selected channel: This allows the channel which you have selected currently will utilise TTS.
- Never: None of your channels will have messages read in TTS. If you have selected this option no matter how anyone tries, you won’t hear any tones.
Read Your Own Sentences
Another TTS Toggle Setting: Open User Setings > Text & Images > Text-To-Speech
As you can see in the above image there is an option – ‘Allow playback and usage of /tts command.‘ You need to enable it.
Note: In-Text & Images option, The TTS option is completely separate from the TTS option in the Notifications tab. If you have enabled TTS Notifications like in the method one, all of your messages will be read using TTS regardless of other TTS settings.
How To Disable Text-To-Speech?
It’s very easy to disable this Text-To-Speech feature, just you need to do is – Just open Settings > Text & Images > Text-To-Speech (same as Method 2 mentioned above)
Disable ‘Allow playback and usage of /tts command.’ If you will disable it, then even if you will type /tts before your sentences, the bot will be unable to utilise TTS.
I hope this article will help be helpful to you. Don’t forget to leave your comments below. And still, if you have any query or if you face any problem in using Text-To-Speech (TTS) in Discord App, write to us in comments. We will try our best to help you out.