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How to create a Midjourney account?

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Midjourney, a beta version of an AI-powered image generation platform, has fascinated professionals and casual users. Its impressive skill in transforming text prompts into captivating visuals opens up exciting possibilities for artistic expression, design innovation, and even marketing endeavours. However, it’s crucial to start by creating your Midjourney account to dive into this digital realm of creativity.

Want to create a Midjourney account? This article discusses creating a Midjourney account in simple and easy steps.

Once you’re done creating your Midjourney account, check out our Midjourney tutorial below to make the most of your account or subscription.

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Create Midjourney account

Creating a Midjourny account is a simple process, and here are the steps to do that:

Step 1: Midjourney operates through the popular communication platform Discord. So. if you don’t have an account on Discord, create one. If you already have it, then start from the next step.

Step 2: Visit and click on the Join the Beta button available at the bottom right corner of the screen.

Step 3: It will send you the invitation for the Midjourney Discord server; click on the Accept Invite button.

Step 4: Click on any newbies channel. We chose newbies-179, for example.

Step 5: You can now access the Midjourney through the Discord app. To generate an image, use the /imagine and then type your prompt to generate an image.

Step 6: Accept the ToS, and it will generate the image. Sometimes, because of high demand, the server will not provide free trials. So, you must subscribe with a plan and click the Subscribe button.

Step 7: Once you click on the Subscribe button, it will send a DM. Open the DM and click on the personal link sent by Midjourney.

Step 8: Click on the Visit Site button to confirm your action.

Step 9: It will redirect you to the subscription page, where you can choose a plan and enjoy creating images on Midjourney.

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Akash Singh

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