How Do I Link My Discord Server to YouTube?


Heather Bennett

Are you a content creator who wants to connect their Discord server with their YouTube channel? Look no further!

In this tutorial, we will guide you through the process of linking your Discord server to YouTube. Let’s get started!

Step 1: Creating a Discord Bot

To link your Discord server with YouTube, you’ll need to create a Discord bot. Don’t worry; it’s easier than it sounds!

  1. Create a new application:
  2. First, head over to the Discord Developer Portal and create a new application. Give it a name that represents your bot and click on “Create”.

  3. Create a bot:
  4. In the left sidebar, select “Bot” and then click on “Add Bot”.

    Confirm your action by clicking on “Yes, do it! “.

  5. Retrieve the bot token:
  6. Scroll down until you find the “Token” section. Click on “Copy” to save your bot token. Remember to keep this token secure and never share it with anyone!

Step 2: Adding the Bot to Your Server

Now that you have created your bot, let’s invite it to your Discord server.

  1. Generate an invite link:
  2. In the left sidebar, select “OAuth2”. Scroll down until you find the “Scopes” section and select “bot”. Then scroll further down and enable the necessary permissions for your bot.

  3. Invite the bot:
  4. Copy the generated invite link and open it in a new browser tab. Choose the server you want to link your bot with and authorize the access. Complete any additional steps required by Discord.

Step 3: Setting Up YouTube Integration

Now that your bot is part of your Discord server, let’s integrate it with YouTube.

  1. Install a YouTube bot:
  2. Find a YouTube bot that suits your needs. There are many available online, so choose one that offers the features you require. Follow the instructions provided by the bot to install it on your server.

  3. Configure the bot:
  4. After installing the YouTube bot, configure it by providing necessary information such as API keys or channel IDs. Refer to the specific documentation of the bot for detailed instructions on how to set it up.

  5. Test and verify:
  6. Once you have configured the YouTube bot, test its functionality by linking it to your YouTube channel. You should now be able to receive notifications about new videos, live streams, or any other events you have selected.


You have successfully linked your Discord server to YouTube! Now you can stay connected with your audience and keep them informed about all your latest content.

We hope this tutorial was helpful in guiding you through the process. Remember to explore different bots and their features to find one that best fits your requirements. Happy linking!

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