How Do I Clone a Whole Discord Server?


Scott Campbell

Cloning a whole Discord server can be a useful feature, especially if you want to create a backup or replicate an existing server for different purposes. In this tutorial, we will explore the steps to clone a Discord server and ensure that you have all the necessary elements intact.

Step 1: Accessing Server Settings

To begin the process of cloning a Discord server, you must have administrative privileges on the server you wish to clone. Once you have access, follow these steps:

  1. Open Discord and navigate to the server you want to clone.
  2. Click on the server’s name at the top-left corner of the screen.
  3. Select “Server Settings” from the dropdown menu.

Step 2: Creating a Copy of the Server

Now that you are in the server settings, it’s time to create a copy of your chosen Discord server. Here’s how:

  1. Select “Overview” from the left-hand menu in Server Settings.
  2. Scroll down until you find the “Clone Server” button and click on it.

Step 3: Configuring Server Copy Options

In this step, we will configure various options for your cloned server. Pay attention to these settings:

  • Name: Provide a unique name for your cloned server. Make sure it doesn’t conflict with any existing servers.
  • Channels: Choose whether to include all channels or only specific ones in your cloned server.
  • Roles: Decide whether to include all roles or only specific ones in your cloned server.
  • Permissions: Select whether you want to retain the same permissions as the original server or customize them for your cloned server.

Once you have configured these options, click on the “Create” button to initiate the cloning process.

Step 4: Verification and Fine-Tuning

After creating the copy of your Discord server, it’s essential to review and fine-tune certain elements to ensure everything is in order. Here are a few things you should consider:

  • Channel Categories: Verify that all channel categories have been correctly copied over.
  • Channel Permissions: Double-check that channel permissions are accurately replicated in the cloned server.
  • User Roles: Confirm that user roles have been successfully duplicated, including their associated permissions.

If you notice any discrepancies or need to make further adjustments, go back to Server Settings and modify the necessary settings accordingly.


The cloning process may take some time depending on the size of your original server. Please be patient and avoid making any changes until the cloning is complete to prevent data loss or inconsistencies.

In Conclusion

Cloning a whole Discord server allows you to create backups or replicate servers quickly. By following these steps, you can confidently clone a Discord server while retaining all essential elements such as channels, roles, and permissions.

Remember to review and fine-tune your cloned server after creation to ensure everything is working correctly. Happy cloning!

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