How to Make Discord Emotes (A Simple Guide)

How to Make Discord Emotes (A Simple Guide)

One way to make Discord emotes is to add custom emoji. You can do this from both the Discord website and the mobile app. There are a limited number of custom emoji slots on a standard Discord server. It would help if you had a Discord Nitro subscription to power up your server and add additional slots. 

Make Discord Emotes

To make Discord emotes, you should be a server administrator or owner. You can add them from the Discord server settings menu on the Discord website or the desktop app for Windows or Mac. First, click on the Discord server and click the down arrow next to your name in the left channel list. Click on “Server Settings” in the popup menu.

You will be able to add custom emoji in the “Emoji” tab in the settings menu of the Discord server. There is a 256 KB file size limit. Discord servers add 50 standard emoji as well as 50 animated emoji GIFs. If you want to add more, you must subscribe to Discord Nitro.

Click “Upload Emoji” to add a custom emoji. You must upload the file from your computer’s local storage. If the file meets Discord’s requirements, “Emoji” or “Animated Emoji” will be added to your lists. Each custom emoji has an alias tag that uses the filename of the emoji image loaded by default. This is the sticker you will use to add emoji to a message. You can change the default nickname by clicking the “Nickname” box next to a custom emoji and then typing a new name. 

Once installed, a custom emoji can be used on your Discord server right away. If you want to remove the emoji, click on the “Emoji” list and click the “X” in the top right to remove the emoji. The emoji will be removed immediately. 

How to Add and Remove Discord Custom Emoji on Phone

How to Add and Remove Discord Custom Emoji on Phone

It is relatively similar to a web browser. Therefore, you can follow the same steps above. In an open channel, tap the three bottom line markers at the top left. After clicking it, the Discord channel and server list open. Click on the three-dot menu on the channel list. In the popup Discord server menu, tap “Settings” to access your server settings. To access your custom emoji settings, go to the “Server Settings” menu, then tap “Emoji.” When the “Emoji” menu is clicked, a list of emoji requirements will appear. Tap “Upload Emoji” to upload an emoji that meets these requirements. Select the emoji file you want to upload. Tap on the “Upload” option. After the emoji file is uploaded, tap it to change the nickname tag. This takes you to the settings area of that emoji. This will be the tag used to add the emoji to the messages. 

 If you wish to delete the emoji, click on the three-dot menu at the top right of custom emoji settings. Tap “Delete Emoji” in the popup menu.

FAQ's on Discord

FAQ’s on Discord

What is the size of the Discord emoji?

 The Discord emoji size is 32×32. However, you can upload emojis up to 128×128 pixels at most. Discord resizes it to 32×32.

What is Discord Nitro?

 It is the paid version of Discord. Users can Discord tags as well.

How do I change my profile picture?

 To change the profile picture, click on the gear at the bottom left to enter the user settings. When you click on the profile picture under My Account, you can upload a new profile picture.

How many emotes can I have in total?

As mentioned earlier in the article Discord allows you to have up to 50 emotes.

Can I share other users’ emotes?

Yes, that is actually a great way to expand the custom emote database and make it available for the public to enjoy.

Making Discord Emotes in Short

We hope that the tips you received from this article will elevate your Discord experience. Also please take the time to read our updated article on how to make Twitch Emotes; we believe it is affiliated with your interests since you were here. Now go ahead and make Discord emotes, share them with your friends, and have fun.

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