Whether it’s a multiplayer game or a podcast project, the Mumble voice chat software is becoming increasingly popular. The open-source solution has an appealingly simple structure without scrimping on functions. Another advantage is that anyone can create their own Mumble server. We’ll explain all the steps of the installation, from choosing the right server package to the final configuration.
A Discord server gives you and your community a space to discuss topics and events. If you no longer need the server, you can delete it via the “Settings” item in the app or in the browser.
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Quick guide: deleting a Discord server
- In the app, select the Discord server you want to delete from the menu on the left.
- Tap the three dots next to the server name. Another menu will open.
- Go to the “Settings” item.
- Tap on the three dots next to the heading “Server settings”.
- Select “Delete server”.
- In the following pop-up, confirm the deletion by clicking the “Delete” button.
Step by step: deleting a Discord server via desktop app
Step 1: Log in to your Discord account and select the server you want to delete. Remember that you can only delete Discord servers that you’ve created yourself.
Step 2: Open the server menu by clicking the arrow beside the server name.
Step 3: Now select “Server settings”.
Step 4: At the bottom of the menu, select “Delete server.”
Step 5: In the following pop-up enter the name of the Discord server you want to delete and confirm the step by clicking the “Delete server” button.
Note that when or before deleting a server, all chats, exchanged data, and member info will be lost. Of course, you can create a new Discord server, but you will have to invite members separately again and adjust settings if necessary.
if you don’t only want to delete a Discord server but want to delete your Discord account, you can learn more in our article.