Discord Server Setup

The Discord Server is specifically designed for gamers to communicate with each other using text, image, video, or audio communication. To create, set up, and manage a Discord Server, follow the how to setup a Discord server instructions given below.

Create a Discord Server:

  • You can create a Discord Server easily and quickly.
  • Download the Discord Server file that is compatible with your OS type.
  • If you can’t download the server file, then navigate to the Discord web interface page for Discord server setup.
  • Create a free user account to begin the process using how to setup a Discord server steps.
  • After signing into the Discord Server, you will be prompted to create or join a server.
  • If you’re logging into the Discord account for the first time, then create the new server either by clicking the large plus button provided at the bottom left-hand side of the screen or the Create a Server button.
  • Type your server name in the given field.
  • Choose your place of residence from the Server Region drop-down menu.
  • Now, click the Create button.
  • The Discord server will be created now.
  • On using how to setup a Discord server steps, Your Discord account will be connected to the server automatically.
  • Click the drop-down arrow button beside the newly created server.
  • Now, you can see options such as Invite People, Server Settings, Create Channel, Create Category, Notification Settings, Privacy Settings, Change Nickname, and Hide Muted Channels.

Set up and Manage:

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