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Before you create a server you need to log in or register an account with your email and password in the browser or a discord desktop application. Once doing so you can continue to step 1.

Whether your friends are seasoned Discordians or have never touched the app, inviting them to your server is a piece of cake (and no, I’m not lying).

“RYUU GA WAGA TE-” sorry friend that won’t work here. 

Open your server and click the Instant Invite icon next to the channel name.


A box will appear with an invite link and direct invite buttons for the friends or group DMs that you’ve communicated with most recently! Simply press a nifty button or copy, paste, and send that new invite link to any and all of your unsuspecting subjects (*er, friends*) and begin operation world domination!


Note: Each channel in your server has it’s own Instant Invite link, and whichever channel you pull the link from is where the user will land on your server each time they try to access it. For example, if you send Glados an invite link from your #rules channel, then every time she accesses your server the #rules chat channel will be the first channel she sees. 

However, if you’re frustrated and tired from figuring out which Portal to take, you can always send your friends an invite by right-clicking on their icon from anywhere in Discord then selecting Invite to Server.

As long as you have the Create Instant Invite permission for your role on a server, you’ll be able to see the server in the drop-down menu that appears. Once you select the server, a DM will be sent to your friend with the invite!

Lastly, if your friend has never used Discord before then you can send them the invite link anywhere you can paste the text. Upon clicking (or, copy/pasting) it, they’ll be prompted with a quick rundown on Discord including an opportunity to set up an account.

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About the Author: Benjamin

Hey, I'm Benjamin. I'm currently studying the creative media and trying to make my mark on the famous social media platform known as Discord. I currently own a discord server for developers developing projects on GitHub and elsewhere in computer science. My Journey: - Applied for an academy in 2019 - Got an invitation to look around in May 2020

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