Midjourney is an AI image generator that has taken the internet by storm with its ability to provide creative and realistic images solely based on text prompts.
It differs from other platforms because it works only on Discord, and you need to join the Midjourney Discord server to generate images with AI.
You can use the Midjourney Discord server to create pictures. But if you’ve tried the newbie channels, you know it can get a bit chaotic with all the other people using them.
An alternative way to use Midjourney is to invite the Midjourney bot to your server and enjoy generating AI images in a more personal environment. In this post, I’ll show you how to add the Midjourney bot to your Discord server.
You need to meet several requirements before you can add the Midjourney to your Discord server.
First of all, the obvious condition is that you need to have an active Discord account.
Secondly, you need to have a personal Discord server or be on a server where you are the administrator. If not, then you need to create your own Discord server.
And lastly, you can only add the Midjourney bot to a server with fewer than 1000 members.
Now that you are familiar with the requirements let’s jump to how to invite the Midjourney bot to your server.
There are three ways you can invite the Midjourney bot. Below, we’ll go through all of them, and you can choose which one works best for you.
This method is the most direct way of adding the Midjourney bot to your Discord server.
Now, you can go to Direct Messages and see the Midjourney bot in your contacts. You can open it to create images with the /imagine command and your desired prompt.
Another way to add the Midjourney bot to your Discord server is through your App Directory.
You can now access the Midjourney bot in your DMs and create AI images.
The third way to add Midjourney to your Discord server is in your DMs if you’ve previously interacted with the bot in messages.
Now, start using the Midjourney bot to create images by typing in the /imagine command and your prompt.
Explore also how to make a channel on Discord read-only.
Once you add the Midjourney bot to your Discord server, you can manage different settings related to it.
To restrict the Midjoutney bot not to be used in certain channels:
Users won’t be able to use the Midjourney bot in that channel.
You can access more advanced settings to manage the Midjourney bot in the Server settings:
Then you can also use the slash command permissions to manage individual roles and channels.
By following the steps outlined in this article, you can easily add the Midjourney bot to your own Discord server and start creating AI images in a more personalized setting.
Not only does adding the Midjourney bot to your Discord server provide you with an alternative to the bustling newbie channels, but it also offers a wealth of settings and permissions for you to customize and manage the bot according to your server's needs.
Embrace the power of AI-driven image generation and enhance your Discord experience with the Midjourney bot today.
Images are not, by default, private after you invite the Midjourney bot to your server. Even when you use Midjourney in DMs, all your images are publicly displayed on the Midjourney server.
To create images privately, you must activate the Midjourney Pro Plan, which gives you access to stealth mode.
You can also use the stealth mode with Midjourney in your private Discord server or when interacting with Midjourney in DMs.