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How to Find Your Images on Midjourney

Midjourney is an independent research lab focused on exploring new ways of thinking and expanding human imagination.

Their small self-funded team is dedicated to design, human infrastructure, and AI.

They offer a Midjourney Bot on Discord, which users can interact with by typing commands.

These commands allow users to create images, modify settings, monitor user information, and perform other useful tasks.

The /imagine command specifically generates unique images based on short text descriptions known as prompts.

Users can simply type their desired image description, send the message, and receive the generated image.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to find your images on Midjourney (view all of your pictures in a gallery and download them).

How to find your images on Midjourney

To find your images on Midjourney, you need to go to midjourney.com and sign in with your Discord account.

After that, select “Authorize” and view all of your Midjourney images by scrolling down your profile.

Here’s how to do this (expand the screenshots above):

  1. Go to midjourney.com and click on “Sign In”.
  2. Sign in to your Discord account.
  3. Select “Authorize” to authorize Midjourney Bot to access your account.
  4. View all of your Midjourney images by scrolling down your profile.

Tip #1: You can use the search bar to search for prompts or job ids.

Tip #2: Download any image by clicking on them and clicking on the save icon.

Tip #3: You can view other people’s Midjourney profiles by visiting https://www.midjourney.com/app/users/paste-user-id-here/.

Further reading

How to Get Midjourney AI

How to Add Midjourney Bot to Your Discord Server

Is Midjourney Free? Midjourney Pricing


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