How Do I Clone an Entire Discord Server?


Larry Thompson

Cloning an entire Discord server can be a helpful feature when you want to create a new server with similar settings and channels. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the process of cloning a Discord server step by step.

Step 1: Server Settings

To clone a Discord server, you need to have administrative privileges on both the source and destination servers. Make sure you have the necessary permissions before proceeding.

Step 1.1: Access Server Settings

On the source server, click on the server name at the top left corner of the screen to open the drop-down menu. From there, select “Server Settings” and navigate to the “Overview” tab.2: Copy Server ID

In the “Overview” tab, scroll down until you find the “Server Information” section. Copy the unique Server ID provided here as it will be required later in the cloning process.

Step 2: Bot Setup

In order to clone a Discord server, we will be using a bot called “Discord Bot Maker”. This bot will assist us in creating an exact replica of our desired server.

Step 2.1: Invite Discord Bot Maker

To begin, invite “Discord Bot Maker” to both your source and destination servers. You can do this by visiting its official website or searching for it on popular bot listing websites like Authorize Bot Permissions

Once invited, authorize all necessary permissions for “Discord Bot Maker” in both servers. These permissions usually include reading and writing messages, managing channels, and managing roles.

Step 3: Cloning Process

Now that we have the bot set up on both servers, we can proceed with cloning the Discord server.

Step 3.1: Run Bot Command

In your destination server, open a chat window and type the following command:

!clone-server [Server ID]

Replace [Server ID] with the Server ID you copied in Step 1.2. This command will initiate the cloning process.2: Confirm Cloning

After running the command, “Discord Bot Maker” will prompt you to confirm the cloning process. Type “yes” to proceed.

Step 4: Finalizing Cloning

The bot will now start cloning the entire Discord server, including all channels, roles, permissions, and settings. Depending on the size of your server, this process may take some time.

Step 4.1: Review Cloned Server

Once the cloning is complete, navigate to your destination server and review all cloned elements to ensure everything is properly replicated.2: Adjust Settings (if necessary)

If you encounter any discrepancies or need to make adjustments, go back to your destination server’s “Server Settings” and modify them accordingly.


You have successfully cloned an entire Discord server using “Discord Bot Maker”. Now you can enjoy a new server with similar settings and channels without having to start from scratch!

  • Tips:
  • If you want to clone only specific channels or roles from a server, you can modify the bot’s command accordingly.
  • Remember to remove the bot from your servers once the cloning process is complete, if you no longer need its services.

With these instructions, you can easily clone a Discord server using “Discord Bot Maker” and save precious time when creating new servers. Happy cloning!

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