The IDs of the set of tags that have been applied to a thread in a thread-only channel
The id of the guild (may be missing for some channel objects received over gateway guild dispatches)
The id of the channel
The id of the last message sent in this channel (may not point to an existing or valid message)
When the last pinned message was pinned.
This may be
null in events such as
GUILD_CREATE when a message is not pinned
The client users member for the thread, only included in select endpoints
The approximate member count of the thread, does not count above 50 even if there are more members
Number of messages (not including the initial message or deleted messages) in a thread
If the thread was created before July 1, 2022, it stops counting at 50 messages
The name of the channel (1-100 characters)
Whether the thread is newly created or not.
Whether the channel is nsfw
ID of the thread creator
ID of the parent category for a channel (each parent category can contain up to 50 channels)
ID of the parent channel for a thread
Explicit permission overwrites for members and roles
Sorting position of the channel
Amount of seconds a user has to wait before sending another message (0-21600);
bots, as well as users with the permission
MANAGE_CHANNELS, are unaffected
rate_limit_per_user also applies to thread creation. Users can send one message and create one thread during each
For thread channels,
rate_limit_per_user is only returned if the field is set to a non-zero and non-null value.
The absence of this field in API calls and Gateway events should indicate that slowmode has been reset to the default value.
The metadata for a thread channel not shared by other channels
Number of messages ever sent in a thread
message_count on message creation, but won’t decrement when a message is deleted