How Do I Add a Bot to Someone Else’s Discord Server?


Scott Campbell

If you are looking to add a bot to someone else’s Discord server, you may find it to be a useful tool for enhancing the server’s functionality and overall experience. Adding a bot requires the appropriate permissions and knowledge of how to navigate the Discord platform. In this article, we will guide you through the process of adding a bot to someone else’s Discord server.

Step 1: Obtaining the Bot Token

In order to add a bot to a Discord server, you first need to create a bot account and obtain its token. To do this, follow these steps:

  • Step 1.1: Visit the Discord Developer Portal by going to
  • Step 1.2: Click on “New Application” and give it a name.3: Navigate to the “Bot” tab on the left-hand side menu.4: Click on “Add Bot” and confirm your action.5: Under the “Token” section, click on “Copy” to copy your bot token.

Step 2: Inviting the Bot

To add the bot to someone else’s Discord server, you will need an invite link that includes specific permissions for your bot. Follow these steps:

  • Step 2.1: Return to your Discord Developer Portal homepage.
  • Step 2.2: Select your application from the list.3: Navigate to the “OAuth2” tab on the left-hand side menu.4: Scroll down to the “Scopes” section and select “bot”.5: Scroll further down to the “Bot Permissions” section and choose the permissions necessary for your bot.6: Copy the generated invite link from the “Scopes” section.

Step 3: Adding the Bot

The final step is adding the bot to someone else’s Discord server using the invite link you generated in Step 2:

  • Step 3.1: Share the invite link with the server administrator or someone who has appropriate permissions on that server.
  • Step 3.2: Ask them to open the invite link in a web browser while logged into Discord.3: They will be prompted to choose a server where they want to add the bot—make sure they select the correct one.

Note: Be cautious when granting permissions to your bot, as some permissions can potentially harm or disrupt a Discord server if misused.

Congratulations! You have successfully added a bot to someone else’s Discord server.

The bot should now appear in their server’s member list, ready to perform its designated tasks and provide additional functionalities. Remember, it’s essential to respect other users’ rules and guidelines when using a bot on their server.

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