How Do I Delete a Discord Server 2FA?


Scott Campbell

Are you looking to delete a Discord server that has two-factor authentication (2FA) enabled? In this tutorial, we will guide you through the process step by step. But before we dive into the steps, let’s quickly understand what 2FA is and why it’s important.

Understanding Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

Two-factor authentication, commonly abbreviated as 2FA, is an additional layer of security that helps protect your online accounts from unauthorized access. With 2FA enabled, logging in requires not only your password but also a unique verification code generated on your mobile device or received via SMS.

Why is 2FA important?

  • It adds an extra layer of security to your Discord account and server.
  • It helps prevent unauthorized access even if someone manages to obtain your password.

Delete a Discord Server with 2FA: Step by Step

Now that we understand the significance of 2FA let’s proceed with deleting a Discord server that has 2FA enabled. Follow these steps carefully:

Step 1: Open Discord and Log In

If you haven’t already done so, open the Discord application or visit in your web browser. Log in using your email/username and password associated with the server you want to delete.

Step 2: Access Server Settings

In the left sidebar, locate the server you wish to delete and right-click on its icon. From the context menu, select “Server Settings”.

Step 3: Navigate to “Overview” Settings Tab

In the server settings window, you’ll see various tabs on the left. Click on the “Overview” tab to access general server settings.

Step 4: Scroll Down to “Delete Server”

Scroll down on the “Overview” tab until you find the dangerous red button labeled “Delete Server”. This button is located at the bottom of the page.

Step 5: Confirm Server Deletion

Discord will prompt you with a confirmation dialog to ensure that you want to proceed with deleting the server. Read it carefully and make sure you understand the consequences as this action is irreversible. To confirm, click on the “Delete Server” button.


Congratulations! You have successfully deleted a Discord server with 2FA enabled.

Remember, enabling 2FA is an essential step towards securing your Discord account and servers from unauthorized access. If you ever create a new server in the future, consider enabling 2FA right from the start.

We hope this tutorial was helpful in guiding you through the process. If you have any further questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to Discord’s support team or refer to their documentation for more information.

Stay safe and secure!

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