A wide range of people from all over the internet, from authors to artists to K-Pop stans, have joined since the site’s inception in 2015. More individuals have used it to work, play games, and socialise online since the outbreak, and the company claims it currently has over 140 million active monthly users.
Discord is primarily designed to facilitate communication among its users. A “server” is the name given to a community. Think of it as an informal version of Slack if you’ve used it before.
Text channels (where you type to converse with others) and voice channels abound on servers (where you can voice-chat with others). Among other things, you may exchange films, photographs, links to the Internet, and music.
It’s common for one server to have numerous channels, each with a particular focus or set of regulations.
As an example, you may have a channel dedicated to discussing a game, a one for general chatter, and a channel for cat images. There is no limit to what may be achieved.
Creating your own server and joining others are both completely free.
There are literally tens of thousands of Discord servers, each with a specific focus. There’s a decent probability that if you’re curious about something, a Discord server exists.
Let us know what you’re looking for. It’s not difficult at all! To acquire your Discord token, follow this short tutorial.
In order to gain access to Discord’s servers, you’ll need a special phrase made up of letters and digits called a token. Your login and password are effectively encrypted as a result.
In order to find this token, you will need to follow the instructions in this tutorial.
What are we waiting for?
Getting Your Discord Token With A Desktop Browser
Discord tokens may only be obtained using a desktop browser like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox at this time. Whatever browser you want is OK to use.
To get started, complete the following steps:
Open Discord’s browser app and log in with your Discord credentials. Open your browser’s developer tools once you’ve logged into Discord.
Both Chrome and Firefox use the same keyboard shortcut for quickly accessing these features: F12 or Ctrl+Shift+I. Other browsers may have different results.
F12 should bring up a side panel on the right of your screen. Various tabs and information may be found in this panel.
Although this knowledge may appear daunting, you don’t actually need it. On the other hand, the Application tab is where you should be looking.
Expand the Local Storage option in the Storage panel on the left. Select discord.com from the drop-down menu.
Discord.com’s storage will show a variety of keys and values. On top of that, a search function is available. Enter “token” as the keyword. This will remove any unnecessary keys or values from the list. Don’t worry if you don’t see the token. This is not out of the ordinary.
The developer tools panel’s Toggle Device Toolbar option may be found at the top right of the screen.
You may also use Ctrl+Shift+M to activate the shortcut.
Make a right-click edit and then copy and paste the value.
Your Discord token is currently in your possession.
The developer tools panel may be closed using the same shortcut (F12) or by clicking the little cross at the top right of the panel.
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