How to see your Discord ID, and what you can use it for

Xiaobai Software  2022-02-16 16: 42  read 6,777 views

You can change it however you wantDiscordusername or nickname, if not unique, is allowed,DiscordAllows you to customize your account in many different ways.

The only part of your account is your Discord ID, every Discord user has an individual Discord ID, which is an 18-digit number connected to your account, and users aren't the only ones with a Discord ID.Every message and every server has a unique ID.

We rarely need to know our Discord ID, but at some point learning to check your Discord ID will be a good skill too.Here's a look at how to find your Discord ID or anyone else's ID using the desktop app, website, and mobile app.

How to find your Discord ID on the website or desktop app

First, you'll need to turn on Discord's "Developer Mode," which reveals some of Discord's extra features, including IDs. (Turning on developer mode anywhere in Discord will enable it for your entire account)

The operation method is as follows:

1. Click the gear icon in the lower left corner (next to your name) and select Advanced from the left column.

2. At the top of the page that appears, toggle developer mode.

Turn on developer mode.

Once opened, finding your Discord ID is easy.

If you want to find a user's Discord ID (including your own), right-click on their profile picture and select Copy ID.

If you want to find the ID of the message, right-click it and select Copy ID.

If you want to find the server's ID, right-click the icon in the left sidebar and select Copy ID.

Right-click to copy the Discord ID.

This will copy the 18-digit ID to your computer's clipboard, and you can paste it anywhere you want to see the ID.

How to find your Discord ID in the mobile app

Again, you must first turn on developer mode, as follows:

1. Swipe right to open the navigation menu, then tap your profile picture in the lower right corner.

2. In the iPhone app, scroll down and tap Appearance, then switch to developer mode.

Developer mode also needs to be turned on in mobile applications.

3. In the Android app, scroll down and tap Behavior, then switch to developer mode.After enabling developer mode, you can find your Discord ID very quickly.

To find a user's Discord ID (including your own), click their profile picture to open their profile, then click the three dots in the upper right corner and select Copy ID.

The "Copy ID" option is in another menu.

To find the ID of a message, press and hold your finger until the menu appears, then select Copy ID.

To find the server's ID, open the navigation menu and tap the three dots in the upper right corner, then select Copy ID.

This option only appears if you have developer mode turned on.

This will copy the 18-bit ID to the phone's clipboard, so you'll also need to paste it somewhere to actually see the ID.

what can you use it for

Although, your Discord ID is public, but don't worry as nothing malicious can exploit it. Discord IDs are not very useful on their own, they are mostly a way for the Discord application itself to differentiate between users, messages, and servers.When interacting with Discord's customer support team, they may occasionally ask for your Discord ID or someone else's ID to help troubleshoot issues.If you're designing a Discord bot or integration, you can use the Discord ID to specify which users are allowed to use the bot, or which servers are allowed to work on it.





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