Spur-of-the-moment poll: How many different chat protocols/services do you use daily, on average? (I'm talking regular usage; don't count the ones you use rarely.)
@ky0ko Honestly same tbh
I would tend toward rare personally because the folks that I can only talk to there aren't people that I talk to more than once a week at most, even if they're people I like
and checking Discord and the two servers I look at is usually done out of idle curiosity more than anything
@Skirmisher discord is the only thing I use to talk to anyone anymore (before that I used steam's chat)
My life is chat protocol hell
@Skirmisher this is why I ask people their preferred chat program(s) rather than just giving all my contact info
@Skirmisher 3 IM programs open at all times (I don't count Steam chat) and I've got like 7 different accounts between them
I talk to like 3 people total
@zetasyanthis Depends on how you use it. If you spend a lot of time having conversations with friends regularly on there, then I would say yes. Otherwise, no.
@zetasyanthis (btw, I wanna solve a mystery a few folks have had. Did you manually add the handle of the person who boosted my post to your reply? If not, what app do you use?)
@zetasyanthis Oops, I didn't get notified of this because the @ mention got dropped! Thank you though, I honestly completely forgot Twidere existed
@Skirmisher uhhh way too dang many
riot / signal / discord / fb messenger / instagram dm / twitter dm are the ones that see a lot of activity
then intermittently, telegram, whatsapp, and very rarely slack
it's a bad time
@Canageek If you spend a lot of time conversing with people there similar to how you would in an instant messenger, especially if you only know them through Mastodon, then I would say yes, but otherwise no.
@Skirmisher I mean, sometimes? I've had like an hour and a half long conversation with three people today, and I've got one conversation going on that split between here and discord do to not everyone being on the same messaging service...
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