What this article covers:
- What is the Members page?
- How does the Members page work?
- Managing Server Members
- Mod View
- Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Members page?
The Members page provides moderators and admins with a dashboard view of new and existing server members within your server.
For Community servers, select Members located in the channel list near the top left corner of the server to navigate to the Members page. For friend servers, this feature will be in Server Settings > Members.
From this page, you can see the following information regarding your server members:
- When they joined the server
- The age of their Discord account
- How they joined the server
- Their current server roles
- Messages sent in the server
- Whether the user has agreed to the server’s rules
- Signals that provide relevant safety information on users, such as who may be engaging in unusual direct message (DM) activity or are timed out
- Whether they have verified their Discord account based on the server’s settings
- The total amount of messages and message history a server member has sent within your server
How does the Members page work?
To utilize the Members page, you will need to be the owner of that server or have the following permissions for that server: administrator, manage server, manage roles, manage nicknames, ban members, timeout members, or kick members.
If you meet either requirements, then you can head into the server of your choice and select the Members tab above the server’s channel list. This will load a page where you can view all server members within that specific server.
Note: The Members page is currently only available on browser/desktop.
Managing Server Members
While navigating through the Members page, there are useful tools you can use to manage your server members.
To add roles to a specific server member (assuming you have the Manage Roles permission), hover over the Roles category and press the [+] button.
Then, select the specific role you would like to add by checking off the box associated with that role.
Signals provide you with additional context on members whose behaviors you may want to review.
After selecting the Signals category, you'll see a new menu with specific Signals that you can use to filter members by checking off the box.
Once you have selected your choice, you will be able to review the list of server members who have the selected Signals:
- Unusual DM Activity: Shows members who may have sent a high volume of DMs to non-friend server members.
- Unusual Account Activity: Shows members who are engaged in suspected spam activity.
- Timed Out: Shows members who are actively in timeout and not able to participate in voice, stage, or text channels. Learn more about Time Out.
- Quarantined: Shows members who are currently quarantined by Automod and are not able to participate in voice, stage, or text channels.
Searching, Pruning, and Reviewing Join Methods
While in the Members page, you can easily search for specific members, prune your server, and review invite codes.
To view invite information, you will need the Manage Server permission.
If you would search for a specific member, head into the Members search box and type the username or server display name.
Selecting Sort in the upper right corner will also help you sort the Members page in four ways:
- Member Since (Newest first)
- Member Since (Oldest first)
- Joined Discord (Newest first)
- Joined Discord (Oldest first)
You can also use multiple filters to help sort the Members page with ease:
- Members Since: Search for members that became members to the server within a specific timeframe.
- Joined Discord: Search for members that have joined Discord within a specific timeframe.
- Join Method: Search for members that have been invited using a specific invite code. You can also choose to review members who have joined through Server Discovery, a Vanity URL, a Bot invite, or through Student Hubs by selecting Other Join Methods.
Aside from filtering, you can select a server member to view their profile and view other server management tools by selecting the More Options button or by right-clicking the member’s row.
Additionally, you can press the Prune option located right of the search box to assist with pruning members.
Note: You will need server-wide permissions enabled to manage, timeout, or perform other actions within the Members page.
Moderators and admins can use the Members page to ban multiple users at once from their server. Users will need Manage Server AND Ban Members permission in a server in order to ban multiple members at once.
For security, every time a moderator or admin bans multiple users at the same time from the Members page, they'll be required to enter their 2FA code or password.
1. To ban multiple users on the Members page, select the checkbox to the left of each user. The Ban Members option will appear below. This will also show you how many members have been selected.
2. When ready, press Ban Members.
3. Once banned, the selected users will disappear from the server and won’t be able to rejoin.
Note: Mod View is currently an experiment on desktop and is only available to a limited number of servers.
In the Members page, server owners and admins can enter Mod View to quickly review a member’s behaviors within the server.
To enter Mod View, head over to the Members page and select a server member you would like to review. You can also press the Open Mod View button located to the far right of the server member’s row.
While in Mod View, you can utilize the server management tools, review the member’s account information, and take a look at the member’s message history by selecting Messages.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Which servers have access to the Members page?
A: The new Members page is available to all servers.
For non-Community Servers, head over to your Server Settings > User Management > Members to view the Members Page. While there, you can also add it to your Channel List by toggling the Show Members in Channel List option.
Q: How are the Signals defined?
A: We can’t share the specific details around the Unusual DM Activity signal at this time. The Timed Out signals are displayed for users who have been timed out.
Q: If a member has "Unknown" under Join Method, what does this mean?
A: This means that we do not have enough information to determine how the member joined the server.
Q: Who can see the Members page?
A: Currently, the Members page is visible for the server’s owner and admins who have admin/manage server/manage nicknames/manage roles/kick/ban permissions.
Specific information like invite codes will require Manage Server permission.
Q: Is the Members page available on mobile?
A: The Members page is only available for browser/desktop at this time.