How Do I Setup a Verified Discord Server?

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Angela Bailey

Are you looking to set up a verified Discord server? In this tutorial, we will guide you through the process step-by-step.

By following these instructions, you can ensure that your Discord server is verified and recognized by the Discord team. Let’s get started!

Step 1: Server Verification Requirements

Before you can begin the verification process, there are a few requirements that your server must meet:

  • Server Size: Your server must have a minimum of 1000 members.
  • Server Age: Your server must be at least 15 days old.
  • Email Verification: You must have a verified email address associated with your Discord account.

Step 2: Enable Two-Factor Authentication

In order to proceed with server verification, you need to have two-factor authentication (2FA) enabled on your Discord account. Follow these steps to enable it:

  1. Login to your Discord account.
  2. Navigate to User Settings by clicking on the gear icon in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
  3. Select the ‘My Account’ tab and scroll down until you find the ‘Two-Factor Authentication’ section.
  4. Click on ‘Enable Two-Factor Authentication’ and follow the prompts to complete the setup.

Step 3: Server Verification Request

Once your server meets all the requirements and you’ve enabled two-factor authentication, you can submit a verification request to Discord. Here’s how:

  1. Open Discord and log in to your account.
  2. Navigate to the server you want to verify.
  3. Click on the down arrow next to the server name to open the server drop-down menu.
  4. Select ‘Server Settings’ from the drop-down menu.
  5. Navigate to the ‘Moderation’ tab on the left-hand side.
  6. Scroll down until you find the ‘Verification Level’ section.
  7. Select ‘Verified’ from the options available.

Step 4: Verification Request Submission

After selecting ‘Verified’ as your server’s verification level, you will see a prompt asking you to submit a verification request. Follow these steps:

  1. Review: Carefully review all the information displayed on the verification request page, including your server’s name, region, and description. Ensure that everything is accurate and up-to-date.
  2. Additional Information: If necessary, provide any additional information or context that may be helpful for Discord in reviewing your verification request.

    This could include details about your community, its purpose, or any notable achievements or milestones.

  3. Screenshot: Optionally, you can attach a screenshot of your server’s member count as proof of meeting the minimum requirement of 1000 members. This step is not mandatory but can strengthen your verification request.
  4. Create Ticket: Once you have reviewed all the information and provided any necessary additional details, click on the ‘Create Verification Request’ button to submit your request.

Step 5: Wait for Discord’s Response

After submitting your verification request, all you have to do is wait for Discord’s response. The review process may take some time, so be patient. Discord will notify you via email about the status of your verification request.

Note:

Please note that meeting the requirements and submitting a verification request does not guarantee that your server will be verified. Discord reserves the right to approve or reject verification requests based on their own criteria and guidelines.

That’s it! By following these steps, you can set up a verified Discord server and enjoy the benefits that come with it. Good luck with your community!

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