I was thinking about this earlier today and think it might be worthwhile to discuss it, but depending on how character sheets are implemented it might be unnecessary. Would others besides myself find it convenient if there was a type of roll that sent the result to the GM without the player who sent it seeing the result? The reason being that there are some rolls, particularly in D&D, that are meant to be rolled secretly, such as disable device. While it's possible as a GM I coul make a macro for that, I am also a bit worried that my players would feel as though I am taking some level of agency out of their hands (Perhaps they would feel better with the result if they themselves rolled it, even if they can't see it). So what do others think? Would it just be better to make a macro for that type of roll? do other games have similar rolls that have to be made in secret for players? Or would this be a legitimately useful roll to implement into roll 20 alongside the normal rolls and gm rolls?