Those of you who have joined large Discord communities have probably noticed the welcome channel.
Discord welcome channels are just like any other channel; however, the purpose of making one is to tell people who join your Discord server what your community is about and what rules they should follow.
Whenever a new user joins your server through an invitation link, the first thing they see is your welcome channel. Here, they might be greeted with a custom message and presented with the server rules.
In the case of server owners who wish to teach new members how to behave on the platform and welcome them in a polite manner, welcome channels can be very helpful.
So, for everyone wondering “how to make a welcome channel in Discord”, here are the steps.
Discord does not have an isolated feature for creating welcome channels.
Welcome channels are created in the same way as text channels and announcement channels.
However, to set up an automatic welcome message, users need to use third-party Discord bots such as MEE6 Bot.
Here is how to add a welcome channel to Discord with screenshots:
Usually, welcome channels are restricted, which means that users can only read the welcome messages and cannot do much else, since they are intended for greetings and introducing the server’s rules.
Once you are done creating the channel, click on the gear button next to it to set up different permissions regarding what users can and can’t do in your welcome channel.
Here is the process with screenshots.
Although Discord is rich in features, even more, can be accessed by using Discord bots.
For creating a custom welcome message users need to add the MEE6 Bot to their servers.
Here is how:
It is likely that you will need guidance and examples of what a welcome message should contain if this is your first welcome channel.
Below are a few screenshots that will give you an idea of how to tailor yours.
Creating welcome channels on Discord is an easy and straightforward process.
Welcome channels are great for presenting the rules of the server and greeting new users.
Follow the steps in this guide to create one quickly.
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