Using the Discord Server Template feature, you can easily migrate your community to a Guilded Server. Want to save precious time setting up your new Guilded server? If so, you can use the existing templates from your Discord server.
When Discord first launched in the software industry, it marketed itself as a chat platform for gamers. However, its extensive functionality made it perfect for a variety of communication activities. You can create a new Discord server template or the existing ones to create a unique community on Discord. Using the existing server templates will clone all of your roles, channels, permissions, and categories to the new server.
In this article, we will demonstrate the procedure for creating and using Discord server models manually. In addition, we will also show you the procedure for using existing server models from the Discord page. So let’s get started!
How to Create a Discord Server Template
If you want to create a Discord server template, you must either own the server or have a role that includes “Manage the server” authorisation:
Now select your Discord server for which you are going to create a template and then from the “Server settings“, click on the”Server model”Option:
Here you can write the title and description of your Discord server model and then click on the “Generate a model” button:
How to use the Discord server model
Discord also allows you to preview the generated Discord server template before sharing it. To do this, click on the “Model preview” button:
The preview template option allows you to upload the image from your server and view the template channels, their roles and permissions:
After finalizing your Discord server template, you can now share it on your Discord server by copying its link:
Sharing the server model allows members of your server to use the same model on their Discord:
How to remove the Discord server template
If you are not happy with the created Discord server template or want to change it before sharing, you can delete the existing server template and create a new one.
To delete the created template from your Discord server, click on the “Delete template” button:
A confirmation dialog will now appear on your screen asking that if you are sure to delete the Discord server model, click the “Delete template“:
How to Use Online Discord Server Templates
In the previous section, we showed how to manually create a Discord server template and how you can use it. What if you want to use the sample server models already created? Well, Discord can help you in that regard as it provides various online server models.
Discord has divided its models into five different categories: Hobbies and Creators. (book clubs), local communities (dance lessons), study groups, family and friends, and global communities (digital conventions).
To use any server template that falls under the dance, book club, digital convention, or study category, explore the Discord Server Models Page:
According to our requirement, we have selected the “Study groups“Discord Server Template. You can use any of the available templates depending on your preference:
After selecting the “Study group model“in the opened window we will click on the”Continue on Discord” button:
Go back to your Discord system app and you will see the following window:
Here you can upload an image as an image from your Discord server:
Also check out the text and voice channels of the built-in Discord server model, then click the “To create” button:
Now your Discord server template is ready to use. You can use this server model to chat by SMS or voice with members of your server:
Want to clone your Discord server’s channels, permissions, categories, and roles to a new server at once? Then the server models on Discord allow you to do this in a time-saving way. On Discord, you can create a manual server template and then share it with your friends and other server members. However, Discord also has a page template related to local and global communities, friends and family groups, creators, hobbies or study group models. In this article, we have shown how to manually create and use your Discord server model. In addition, we have also shown how you can use the existing models of the Discord page template.