How do I block another Rabbit user?

You can block anyone on Rabbit!

Someone you have blocked:

  • Is not alerted that they have been blocked
  • Cannot join your room 
  • Cannot send you a direct message
  • Will disappear for you



Flag = Block

You can block a user directly in the chat, as a viewer or guest:


And as a room owner, or host:



You can also block a user on their chat bubble, at the bottom of the screen:



You can block (flag) users on web from their profile, too. To find someone's profile:

  • Click their name in chat
  • Click their avatar/video 
  • Go to*
    • *Replace "username" with their username


You'll find the Flag option on their Profile, as seen above. When you flag a user, you send us a report AND block them at the same time.

  1. Click on their username OR their icon to open their Profile
  2. Click Flag
  3. You'll be asked if you're sure. Select Yes

That's it! The user will be blocked and kicked out of your room immediately.



To unblock a user, click your avatar on the top right of any page, then Settings

Then go to the Blocked Users tab and select UNBLOCK next to the user you want to unblock's name.


Mobile (Android, iOS)


In a Room or Chat

To block users, simply tap over their avatar/video. This will bring up a menu with the following options. Select Block.



From a Profile

To block users from their profile, tap the three dots on the top right of your screen. Select Block.



To unblock users, tap your avatar on the top right of your screen. Tap the Gear icon then Account Settings, or click your avatar again to open settings. 

This will bring up the Settings page. Go to Settings > Blocked Users.

You'll see a list of users you have blocked. Select Unblock next to the users you want to unblock's name and they will be unblocked automatically.


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