How Do I Add Discord Emotes to Another Server?


Scott Campbell

If you’re an avid Discord user, you’re probably familiar with emotes. Emotes, also known as emojis or emoticons, are a fun and expressive way to communicate on the platform.

Each server on Discord has its own unique set of emotes, but what if you want to use emotes from another server? In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to add Discord emotes to another server.

Step 1: Find the Emote

The first step is to find the emote that you want to add to another server. You can do this by either browsing through the emotes in your current server or by searching for a specific emote using the search bar at the top of Discord.

Step 2: Copy the Emote’s URL

Once you’ve found the emote you want to use, right-click on it and select “Copy Image Address” (or a similar option depending on your browser). This will copy the URL of the image that represents the emote.

Step 3: Open Another Server’s Settings

Now, go to the server where you want to add the emote. Click on the server’s name at the top-left corner of Discord and select “Server Settings” from the dropdown menu.

Step 4: Navigate to Emojis

In the left sidebar of your server settings, click on “Emojis”. This will bring up a list of all the current emotes in that server.

Step 5: Upload New Emoji

To add a new emoji, click on “Upload Emoji”. A window will appear allowing you to choose an image file from your computer. Paste (Ctrl+V) or type (Ctrl+C) the copied URL into the “Image URL” field and click “Upload”.

Step 6: Name Your Emoji

After the image is uploaded, you’ll need to give your emote a name. This name will be used to call the emote in chat. Choose a name that is easy to remember and type.

Step 7: Save Changes

Once you’ve named your emote, click “Save Changes” to add it to the server. Your new emote will now be available for use by all members of the server.

Tips for Adding Emotes

  • Be Mindful of Server Limits: Keep in mind that each server has a limit on the number of emojis that can be added. Make sure to check if your server has reached its emoji limit before adding new ones.
  • Use Emotes Responsibly: Emotes are meant to enhance communication, but it’s important to use them responsibly.

    Avoid spamming or misusing emotes in a way that may disrupt conversations or offend others.

  • Create Unique Emotes: If you have permission, consider creating custom emotes for your server. This adds a personal touch and can make your server stand out from others.

Congratulations! You’ve successfully learned how to add Discord emotes to another server. Now go ahead and express yourself with your favorite emotes in any server you join!

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