How Do I Add Emoji Bot to My Discord Server?


Heather Bennett

If you want to add an Emoji Bot to your Discord server, you’re in the right place! Discord is a popular platform for gamers and communities, and adding an Emoji Bot can bring some fun and personality to your server. In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through the process of adding an Emoji Bot step by step.

Step 1: Creating a Discord Bot

To start, you’ll need to create a Discord bot. Follow these steps:

1. Go to the Discord Developer Portal
Visit the Discord Developer Portal and log in with your Discord account.

2. Create a New Application
Click on the “New Application” button and give your bot a name. You can also add an optional description and profile picture if you want.

3. Create a Bot Account
On the left-hand side menu, click on “Bot” and then “Add Bot”.

Confirm your action by clicking “Yes, do it!” in the pop-up window.

4. Retrieve Your Bot Token
Scroll down until you see the “Token” section.

Click on “Copy” to copy your bot token. This token will be used later to authorize your bot.

Step 2: Inviting Your Bot to Your Server

Once you have created your Discord bot, follow these steps to invite it to your server:

1. Authorize Your Bot
Go back to the left-hand side menu and click on “OAuth2”. Scroll down until you see the “Scopes” section. Select Permissions
In the “Scopes” section, select the checkbox for “bot”. This will enable additional options below. Choose Permissions
Scroll down to the “Bot Permissions” section and select the permissions you want your Emoji Bot to have. For example, you might want to enable “Read Messages”, “Send Messages”, and “Manage Emojis”.

4. Generate an Invite Link
After selecting the permissions, scroll up to the top of the page.

You’ll see a generated invite link. Click on “Copy” to copy the link.

5. Invite Your Bot
Open a new tab in your browser and paste the invite link into the address bar.

Choose a server from the drop-down menu where you want to add your Emoji Bot, and click “Authorize”. Complete any additional verification steps if prompted.

Step 3: Adding Emojis with Your Bot

Now that your Emoji Bot is part of your server, you can start adding emojis. Here’s how:

1. Open Discord
Open Discord and navigate to the server where you added your Emoji Bot. Access Server Settings
Click on the small down arrow next to your server’s name on the left-hand side menu. In the dropdown menu, click on “Server Settings”. Manage Emojis
In the Server Settings menu, click on “Emojis” in the left-hand side menu under “User Management”. This will open a page showing all existing emojis in your server.

Add an Emoji:

A. To add a new emoji, click on the “+ (plus)” button next to “Emojis”.

B. Upload an Image: You can either upload an image file from your computer or enter an image URL in the provided field.

C. Enter a Name: Give your emoji a unique name that will be used as its identifier in messages.

D. Save the Emoji: Click on the “Save” button to add the emoji to your server.

Delete an Emoji:

A. To delete an existing emoji, scroll down to find the emoji you want to remove. Click on the “X” button next to the emoji you wish to delete. Confirm Deletion: A pop-up window will appear asking if you want to delete the emoji. Click “Delete” to confirm.


Congratulations! You have successfully added an Emoji Bot to your Discord server and learned how to manage emojis.

Now you can express yourself with a wide range of emojis and make your server more engaging for your community members. Enjoy exploring new ways of communication with emojis!

  • Create a Discord bot in the Developer Portal
  • Retrieve your bot token
  • Authorize and invite your bot to your server using OAuth2
  • Add and delete emojis using Server Settings

Remember, emojis can bring joy and express emotions, so use them wisely and have fun!

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