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How to Add Midjourney Bot to Your Discord Server

Midjourney is arguably the best AI tool for Discord to generate art.

You can type keywords and the AI will generate 4 images based on them.

You can then upscale or generate variations of those images.

An example of keywords is “pancakes, delicious, glistening, detailed”.

Instead of joining the Midjourney Discord server, you can add the bot to your own server.

That way, you won’t have to constantly scroll up and down to see your generated images.

Here are 4 steps to add the Midjourney bot to your Discord server:

  1. Step 1: Join the Midjouney Discord server
  2. Step 2: Invite the Midjourney bot to your server
  3. Step 3: Add the Midjourney bot to your server
  4. Step 4: Use /imagine followed by keywords

Step 1: Join the Midjouney Discord server

Firstly, you need to join the Midjourney Discord server.

Here’s the invite link for it: https://discord.com/invite/midjourney.

The Discord server contains the Midjourney bot which you can invite to your server.

You can find it in the list of members.

Step 2: Invite the Midjourney bot to your server

Invite Midjourney bot
  1. Open the Midjourney Discord server.
  2. Go to the #newbies-1 channel.
  3. Select the profile icon.
  4. Select the Midjourney Bot.

The Midjourney Bot can be found in the list of members on most channels.

This includes #announcements, #status, #rules, and more.

Step 3: Add the Midjourney bot to your server

Add Midjourney bot to Discord server
  1. Select “Add to Server”.
  2. Choose the server that you want to add the Midjourney bot to.
  3. Select “Continue”.
  4. Select “Authorize”.

Currently, the bot can only be used on servers with less than 1000 members.

Authorizing the bot will allow it to read and send messages.

Do note that you can only add bots to a Discord server if you are an admin.

If you don’t have a server yet, you need to create one.

After you’ve created one, you’ll be able to add the Midjourney bot to it.

Step 4: Use /imagine followed by keywords

  1. Use the /imagine command.
  2. E.g. /imagine pancakes and waffles.
  3. Wait for 60 seconds.

If you see the “Midjourney Bot just showed up!” message, it means that you’ve successfully added the bot to your server.

Now, you can use it to create art from your imagination.

To do so, you need to use the /imagine command followed by keywords.

After 60 seconds, the Midjourney bot will generate 4 images based on your keywords.

Do note that each user only has 25 free queries.

You can buy the $10 membership to have 200 queries or the $30 membership for unlimited queries.

Having the bot in your server will allow you to use it without any obstruction.

If you were to use the bot in the official Midjourney Discord server, you’ll have to constantly scroll up and down to see the generated images.

This is because there are too many people using the /imagine command.

If you don’t want the bot to be usable in a specific channel, you need to change the channel’s permissions.

To do so, go to the channel > Edit Channel > Permissions > @everyone > Uncheck “Use Application Commands”.

Further reading

The Beginner’s Guide to Use Midjourney AI

Midjourney Discord Server Link

Da Hood Discord Server

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