Okay so I've been using Roll20 for my campaigns as of late, and only recently went for the full support option, but, I figure if I'll do that, then I may as well offer some suggestions, if any at all. Fortunately this is more of a quality of life suggestion than anything, and it would be an ability that only the DM/GM could do to other players, and even then, It'd only be to enhance things. Right, so, me and my players strictly -do not- talk whatsoever during the game, and we do all of our roleplay completely by text. This is fantastic, but, of course, as you'd expect, there are these short moments of conversation discussing the rules, or just out of character joking that happens, and while that's nice at the time, we all kind of agreed that having to sift past a bunch of nonsense to find what "That one Kobold barbarian said" to be kind of frustrating, so, my suggestion is rather simple. Why not allow GM's to delete particular messages within the immediate chat bar, at any point in time. I mean the chatlogs would still have what happened in them (For banning purposes, or what have you) but in the chat they'd be invisible and impossible for the players to see. That way, when the game's over, anyone who'd want to come see what happened could do one of two things. - Show deleted messages - Don't show deleted messages Both directly in the chat log, and not possible in the current on-going game itself. This way, it could make the stuff seemless for those of us that are text based junkies. What do you guys think?