How to Copy Your Discord Profile Link

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Written by: Alex Popa

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How to Copy Your Discord Profile Link

Did you want to copy your Discord profile link and share it with someone else?

Finding the link is difficult if you want to copy it.

There’s no shortcut to doing this, sadly. You’ll need to go to the settings and find the link manually.

This guide will show you where to find the Discord profile link and Discord ID and how to copy-paste it to someone else.

How to copy your Discord profile link?

  1. Click on the Gear icon on Discord
  2. Enable Developer Mode
  3. Click on the three dots next to your username and copy your Discord ID

Read below to find out how to do this on any Discord server or Discord account.

How to Copy Your Discord Profile Link

How Can You Copy Your Discord Profile Link?

Once you copy the link, you’ll notice it’s not that difficult.

But knowing where to go and what to click on is the problem.

Follow the steps below to copy your Discord profile link:

  • Click on the Gear icon on Discord
Click on the Gear icon on Discord
Click on the Gear icon on Discord

Once you open Discord, look at the bottom, and you’ll see your profile username.

Next are several buttons – microphone, headphones, and User Settings.

The User Settings are behind the Gear icon.

Click on it to go to your app settings.

  • Enable Developer Mode

To copy your Discord profile ID from the desktop app, you must enable Developer Mode first.

To do this, scroll down through the menu and look for “Advanced”.

Scroll down through the menu and look for “Advanced”
Scroll down through the menu and look for “Advanced”

Click on it.

Enable Developer Mode

Enable Developer Mode
Enable Developer Mode

In the Advanced settings, look for Developer Mode.

It should be the first set in that menu.

Enable it, so it shows green, and then go back to “My Account”, where you were initially when you accessed the settings.

In the Advanced settings, look for “Developer Mode”
In the Advanced settings, look for “Developer Mode”.
  • Click on the three dots next to your username and copy your Discord ID
Click on the three dots next to your username and copy your Discord ID
Click on the three dots next to your username and copy your Discord ID

Once you click on the three dots next to your username, a menu will appear.

You can do a copy ID by clicking on Copy ID.

This will copy your ID into the clipboard, and you can paste it wherever you want to.

It’ll come as a large number like 531469726212292608.

That’s your Discord ID or user ID.

  • Open a browser and enter “discordapp.com/users/[your ID]
Open a browser and enter “discordapp.com/users/[your ID]
Open a browser and enter “discordapp.com/users/[your ID]

Next, you need to open a browser, whether you’re on a mobile device or your desktop.

Then, in the search bar, enter “discordapp.com/users/[your ID]”

Replace the “[your ID]” part with your actual ID, the number you just copied from your clipboard.

The link should look like this when you’re finished – https://discordapp.com/users/531469726212292608

Now copy the entire thing and give that to your friends.

That’s the profile link to your Discord profile.

They’ll only be able to add you as a friend using the Desktop version of the Discord app.

Moreover, it can’t be done through the app. They need to add you as a friend on the browser version of Discord.

They can send you a friend request immediately if you give them the user profile link.

It’s fast, and it’s easy!

Conclusion

Finding your Discord profile ID isn’t hard, but it takes some know-how to handle this social media platform.

First, enabling Developer Mode isn’t something anyone knows how to do.

Go to Settings – Advanced – Enable Developer Mode.

Then, go back to User Settings, click on the three dots next to your Discord username, and click on Copy ID.

Then, go to a browser, type on “discordapp.com/users/[your ID]”, and give that link to your friends.

That’s it!

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Alex Popa

My name is Alex and I have a knack for social media in all its shapes and forms. I’ve dealt with such things for quite some time and I noticed that many people have issues with social media and technicalities.

Unforeseen errors, bugs, and other problems make their use of social media problematic. These things will be discussed amply in the guides on Whizcase.

I'll present the facts as they are, and offer quick and easy solutions for them.

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