A Step-by-Step Guide To Make Your Discord Server On Android With Custom Emojis

Gaming is very much the only thing that is keeping every other person occupied in today’s time. On a regular basis we hear one or the other news regarding the updates in the gaming arena. The most recent one is the introduction of the gaming-centric voice and text services that are available on mobile devices. These services have taken gaming to a completely new level. 

In today’s time, you will encounter hundreds of gaming-centric chat services that are readily available to everyone on the web. Among all these gaming services, the discord app has become more famous than the rest. 

If you have used discord, then you must be pretty well-aware of the amazing gaming experience it provides. But the bounties don’t just end there, Discord has now brought in a new addition to its services, thus, endearing it further to its ardent users

Wondering what it is?

Discord server on android is the latest feature from this popular app. Let’s learn more about it.

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How to create your discord server on android? 

Contrary to what you thought, creating an android discord server is quite easy yet sometimes due to the complexity of the steps involved in the procedure, users tend to get lost. So, without further ado, let us learn how to make your discord server on android. 

Step 1: 

Install the discord app on your android phone if you haven’t and then launch it. 

Step 2: 

After you open the discord app on your phone, you will be taken to the default page of the app. On this page, on the top left corner, you will see a plus sign over a purple background. Tap on the white plus sign. 

Step 3: 

This will direct you to the ‘create your server page’. From here, according to the purpose you wish to create an android discord server on your phone, select an appropriate template. 

Step 4: 

After you are done with the template option, you will be taken to the next page and asked about who will be able to use your server. You will be presented with two options: ‘for me and my friends’ or ‘for a club or community’. Choose any one of them according to your needs. 

Step 5: 

The next step is setting a display picture for your server and assigning a name to the community you will create. Once you are done with the final steps of assigning a name and a profile picture then tap on the create server button. 

Step 6: 

After tapping on the last option, you will get an invitation link to send to all of your friends that you wish. You can send them the link and ask them to join your android discord channel. 

Step 7: 

To add voice and text channels on your android discord server, tap on the three horizontal lines presents on the upper right corner of the screen. After this, tap on the plus button present behind the text and voice channels. 

That is it! These were the steps to make your discord server on android. Now to make your conversation interesting and colourful, you can also get custom emojis on your discord server. Let us see how to get custom emojis on your android discord server

Also read: Setting Up Discord Chat Server 101: All That You Need To Know

How to get custom emojis on your android discord server? 

To make your android discord server emote your real life feelings, follow the steps given below. This will make your conversation more interesting and quirkier than before: 

  1. Open the server where you want to upload the custom emojis on your discord server. Next to the name of the server, click on the down arrow present on the top left corner of your screen.
  2. Tap on server settings.
  3. A new window will open and click on emojis on the left sidebar and click on the ‘upload emoji’ option.
  4. Select the image you want to add and then add it to your server.

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Final words

This is how you can add custom emojis on your android discord server. Now with the help of the steps above you can make your discord server on android and can add custom emojis too.  

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