Discord's "Early Verified Bot Developer" badge

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  • tomhall11

    yes!

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  • gcolledge202

    This Should come back!

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  • Stanlee_X

    I totally Agree!

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  • DJ Will

    I agree!

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  • balls

    I totally agree with you that they should return it. BUT if they do they will make the requirements ALL LOT higher, meaning your bot might need to be in at least 1000 servers before you can apply for the badge and it needs to pass harder tests. Still I agree with discord, is it really about the profile badge? Your bot has the tick so everyone still knows the bot is legit right? And yes the badge shows you are one of the developers and yes it is nice to have it. But so many people misused this badge. How do we know if they reopen it everyone isn't going to do the same thing again? And that is where they might make the requirements a lot higher IF they reopen the badge.

     

     

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  • sazz

    The thing is: the purpose of the bot verification is to prove that they are actually partners and have been approved by Discord (exactly why they keep the bot verified symbol) If they increase the number of servers to 1000 for example, only considerably large bots could be verified and earn the badge. The queue is already giant, if they return with the badge it will it gets worse and automatic fraud detection will make things worse, it’s not worth the effort for just one badge.

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  • Xeticias

    I totally agree!

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  • off

    I totally Agree!

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  • Bauch

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  • LuFii

    I totally agree with you that they should return it. BUT if they do they will make the requirements ALL LOT higher, meaning your bot might need to be in at least 1000 servers before you can apply for the badge and it needs to pass harder tests. Still I agree with discord, is it really about the profile badge? Your bot has the tick so everyone still knows the bot is legit right? And yes the badge shows you are one of the developers and yes it is nice to have it. But so many people misused this badge. How do we know if they reopen it everyone isn't going to do the same thing again? And that is where they might make the requirements a lot higher IF they reopen the badge.

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  • shina0zKira

    I totally aggree

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  • shina0zKira

    only the bot owner should be given a badge

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  • ! 𝐎𝐄・Malek ツ

    I totaly argee !

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  • mace

    I agree! Moste ppls dont know how much work it is. The badge is something that motivates Developers and make them proud of themselfe. 

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  • balls

    Discord is not going to add the badge back. Because if they do the same thing will happen. Because it is still happening. People are still adding fake bots just for the check on the name. And that is what discord will say, you still get the check next to your bots name to see you took the time to make something amazing.

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  • dafium

    Yes, it's very annoying, as HypeSquad application closed and as Bot Badge got removed, it's really, really annoying to got all these restrictions please Discord, listen to your Developpers Community !!

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  • JosGCS

    I hope that some day i can get my Early Developer Badge because isn't fair that i work very hard not only to code my bot, also i had to promote him and earn trust of server owners to use my bot.

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  • josephray
    1. Go to the Discord Developer Portal & create a new application.
    2. Navigate to the “bot” tab and add a bot.
    3. Copy the client ID from “General Information”
    4. Go to “Invite Bot” and replace the client ID in the URL with yours.
    5. Add the bot to your server.

     

     

     

    192.168.1.1

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  • Thibault

    Venez

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  • arest2k1
    1. Go to the Discord Developer Portal & create a new application.
    2. Navigate to the “bot” tab and add a bot.
    3. Copy the client ID from “General Information”
    4. Go to “Invite Bot” and replace the client ID in the URL with yours.
    5. Add the bot to your server.

     

     

     

    192.168.1.1

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  • Kahn T

    These steps can help you create and add a bot to your Discord server:

    1. Go to the Discord Developer Portal: To create a new Discord bot, you'll first need to visit the Discord Developer Portal at https://discord.com/developers/

    2. Create a new application: Once you're on the Discord Developer Portal, click the "New Application" button and give your bot a name.

    3. Navigate to the "Bot" tab: From the application dashboard, navigate to the "Bot" tab.

    4. Add a bot: In the "Bot" tab, click the "Add Bot" button to add a new bot to your application.

    5. Copy the client ID: From the "General Information" section, copy the client ID of your bot.

    6. Go to "Invite Bot": Navigate to the "OAuth2" tab and select the "bot" scope. Under "Bot Permissions", select the permissions you'd like the bot to have on your server. Finally, go to the "Invite Bot" section and replace the client ID in the URL with the one you copied in step 5.

    7. Add the bot to your server: Finally, click the "Invite" button and select the server you'd like to add the bot to.

    Please note that you will need to have the "Manage Server" permission on the Discord server you're adding the bot to in order to complete these steps.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • allin121

    Thank you for sharing the steps to add a bot to your discord server.

     

     

     

    192.168.10.1

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  • Sleepy Time
    1. Go to the Discord Developer Portal & create a new application.
    2. Navigate to the “bot” tab and add a bot.
    3. Copy the client ID from “General Information”
    4. Go to “Invite Bot” and replace the client ID in the URL with yours.
    5. Add the bot to your server.

     

     

     

     

     

    sleepytime

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  • Amrane_v_nn

    2 years ago

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  • henfin

    The Verified Bot Developer badge was introduced by Discord to recognize and give credit to bot developers who have met certain criteria. It served as a way to distinguish reputable bot developers from others. However, it seems that Discord has made the decision to remove the badge, which has caused disappointment and concerns among some bot developers like yourself.

    It's important to note that Discord's decisions regarding their platform features and policies are based on various factors, including user feedback, security considerations, and platform optimization. While the Verified Bot Developer badge provided recognition, Discord might have had reasons for removing it. It's possible that they found it challenging to maintain a system that accurately verifies all the bots and their developers.

    That being said, it's understandable that you want to ensure bot developers receive credit for their work. You mentioned the possibility of implementing improved fraud detection and refining the system to make bot verification and badge eligibility more achievable. These suggestions could be valuable feedback to provide directly to Discord. You can try reaching out to Discord's support or posting in their community forums to express your thoughts and suggestions. This way, you can share your perspective and potentially influence future decisions or improvements on the platform.

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  • Dana Scott

    Hi Sprocx

    I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiments. The "Early Verified Bot Developer" badge was indeed a tangible mark of achievement and recognition for the invaluable contributions that bot developers have made to Discord. It was a visual affirmation of the long hours, creativity, and technical expertise that developers poured into their work. Removing it undoubtedly feels like a loss.

    While it is true that recognition can come in various forms, it's undeniable that the badge played an integral role in visibly distinguishing developers. This not only validated their hard work, but also fostered a sense of community and appreciation within the Discord platform.

    Your point about transparency is particularly crucial. Without the badge, it becomes much harder for other users to discern who the actual developers behind the bots are. This can lead to confusion and even misinformation, which ultimately harms the integrity of the bot ecosystem.

    Discord's decision to remove the badge, likely due to issues such as fraud detection, may be understandable, but it is also important to consider the impact on the bot developers who genuinely deserve recognition.

    I believe there is room for Discord to reconsider this policy, taking into account the potential for enhanced fraud detection measures and system refinements. At the same time, Discord can potentially come up with alternative ways of recognizing bot developers, perhaps through a different form of badge or a distinct designation within the platform.

    Your dedication to preserving the recognition of bot developers is admirable. I hope that your voice, and the voices of others who feel the same way, can spark change and reevaluation of the current state of affairs. Let's continue this dialogue and advocate for the importance of recognizing the hard work and achievements of our bot developers.

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  • Jacquoe T

    it's understandable that you want to ensure bot developers receive credit for their work. You mentioned the possibility of implementing improved fraud detection and refining the system to make bot verification and badge eligibility more achievable. These suggestions could be valuable feedback to provide directly to Discord. You can try reaching out to Discord's support or posting in their community forums to express your thoughts and suggestions. Anime like to Blue Lock

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  • Fix my speaker

    These steps can help you create and add a bot to your Discord server:

    Go to the Discord Developer Portal: To create a new Discord bot, you'll first need to visit the Discord Developer Portal at https://discord.com/developers/

    Create a new application: Once you're on the Discord Developer Portal, click the "New Application" button and give your bot a name.

    Navigate to the "Bot" tab: From the application dashboard, navigate to the "Bot" tab.

    Add a bot: In the "Bot" tab, click the "Add Bot" button to add a new bot to your application.

    Copy the client ID: From the "General Information" section, copy the client ID of your bot.

    Go to "Invite Bot": Navigate to the "OAuth2" tab and select the "bot" scope. Under "Bot Permissions", select the permissions you'd like the bot to have on your server. Finally, go to the "Invite Bot" section and replace the client ID in the URL with the one you copied in step 5.

    Add the bot to your server: Finally, click the "Invite" button and select the server you'd like to add the bot to.

    Please note that you will need to have the "Manage Server" permission on the Discord server you're adding the bot to in order to complete these steps.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Emma Trump

    The "Early Verified Bot Developer" badge was a way for Discord to recognize and reward bot developers who were creating high-quality bots that were enjoyed by many users. It was also a way for users to identify bots that had been vetted by Discord and were safe to use.

     

    You can create a Chat GPT Discord bot. This is a bot that can be added to a Discord server and that can interact with users using ChatGPT's capabilities.

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  • Aman

    The "Early Verified Bot Developer" badge was a way for Discord to recognize and reward bot developers.

    1. Go to the Discord Developer Portal & create a new application.
    2. Navigate to the “bot” tab and add a bot.
    3. Copy the client ID from “General Information”
    4. Go to “Invite Bot” and replace the client ID in the URL with yours.
    5. Add the bot to your server.
       

     

     

     

     

     

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