How Do I Delete a Discord Server?


Heather Bennett

Are you looking to delete a Discord server? Whether you no longer need the server or want to start fresh, deleting a server is a simple process. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the steps to delete a Discord server.

Step 1: Open Discord

To delete a server, you first need to open Discord on your computer or mobile device. Launch the Discord application and log in with your account credentials.

Step 2: Navigate to Server Settings

Once you are logged in, locate the server you want to delete on the left-hand side of the screen. Right-click on the server’s name to open a dropdown menu. From the menu options, select “Server Settings”.

Step 3: Access Server Deletion Options

In the Server Settings, go to the “Overview” tab if it’s not already selected. Scroll down until you find the “Delete Server” option. It will be located at the bottom of the overview page.


  • This action is irreversible, so make sure you want to permanently delete your server before proceeding.
  • You must have appropriate permissions within the server to delete it. If you are not an administrator or have restricted access levels, contact someone with higher privileges for assistance.

Step 4: Confirm Server Deletion

Clicking on “Delete Server” will prompt a confirmation dialog box. In this dialog box, Discord will warn you about permanent deletion and loss of data associated with that particular server. Take a moment to read this warning carefully.

If you are certain about deleting your server and all its contents, click on the “Delete Server” button to proceed. If you have changed your mind or want to keep your server, click on “Cancel” instead.

Step 5: Verify Server Deletion

After confirming the deletion, Discord will ask for a final verification. To ensure that you really want to delete the server, type in the server’s name in the provided box, and then click on the “Delete” button.


  • This step adds an additional layer of security to prevent accidental deletions.
  • Double-check that you are deleting the correct server by verifying its name before clicking “Delete”.

Step 6: Server Successfully Deleted

Congratulations! You have successfully deleted your Discord server. The server will be removed from your Discord interface, and all associated data will be permanently deleted.

If you ever wish to create a new server or join another existing one, you can easily do so by using Discord’s user-friendly interface.

Remember, deleting a Discord server is a permanent action. Make sure it is the right decision for you and your community before proceeding with deletion.

We hope this tutorial was helpful in guiding you through the process of deleting a Discord server. If you have any further questions or need assistance with any other Discord-related topics, feel free to explore our other tutorials!

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