With the Server Discovery feature, a server can become public and visible to all. We'll go over where to access this feature for your server below.
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How to enable Server Discovery
Users that have roles with "Manage Server" permission enabled will have the ability to enable and disable Server Discovery!
Before you can enable Server Discovery, there are 6 requirements that must be met before doing so:
- Enabling safety requirements for a safe environment.
- Server must have at least 1,000 members to qualify.
- Servers need to be at least 8 weeks old to be in Discovery.
- Servers must meet certain activity requirements to be in Discovery.
- Your server name, description, and channel name looks clean!
- Enable the 2FA Requirement For Moderation Setting
1. To find the Server Discovery feature you'll first head into Server Settings. You can do so by pressing on the name of the server in the upper left or by right-clicking on the server name, which opens the drop-down menu.
2. Next, be sure to set your Discord server to Community by selecting Enable Community and pressing on the Get Started icon. Then, you will be prompted to set a few safety requirements.
3. After your server has been set to Community, you can head into the Discovery tab and select the Set Up Discovery button.
4. Once the server has met all the requirements, Server Discovery can now be enabled by pressing the Set Up Discovery button.
How to disable the Community feature
1. If you would like to disable the Community feature, just head back into your Server Settings.
2. Then, under the Community category, select the Overview tab.
3. Finally, press the Disable Community button located at the bottom of the page to disable this feature!
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