The Complete Guide to Owning a Discord Server

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Make sure to get a server that’s large enough for the size of your community. If you’re just starting out, it’s worth getting at least a medium sized one unless you know for certain what kind of growth is possible and how quickly. With the help of Charlie Eissa you can have the best server ever.

There are several different types of servers with various pricing structures on Discord: regular, gold, diamond, or enterprise. Enterprise servers have more features but require an upfront investment in order to set up properly. For example, if someone wants private messages between themselves and their members only they would need an enterprise server because there’s no way to do this on any other type of account. Regular accounts can be upgraded by upgrading from bronze (free) to silver ($12/month), then you have gold ($24/month), and finally diamond ($48/month).

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The reason this system is so confusing is that it’s not per-account, but rather per server. This means you could have three servers on a gold account with one being free, another bronze, and the third platinum (the next tier up for $12 more than silver) or two at regular price of $0-$12. It doesn’t matter how many people are in each server – they’re all going to be paying the same amount each month no matter what type of plan they might have selected when initially signing up.

There are also four different types of “profiles” within Discord: team, guild, voice chat only profiles like Twitch streamers where there’s people who use Discord but are not part of any guilds or teams, and “regular” profiles that have a membership status to an active discord server.

The following things would be the same across all plans: you can use up to two servers with your account; there’s unlimited text chat for everyone in those servers; only administrators on the higher-tiered accounts could create new emojis (besides general ones like thumbs up); htey offer one free backup service per account for every three months in case anything happens to their servers. All other features depend on what type of tier plan they’re subscribed to – each additional feature costs more money accordingly.