Discord is a rather popular VoIP chat application that first started as a communication platform for gamers but has since evolved further to include just about everyone.
The application has many features revolving around user privacy that make it a safe place for anyone to use. Apart from blocking individuals from DMs like the way we’ve come to see from just about every chat application on the market right now, Discord also allows server admins to ban people from their servers.
In this article, we’re taking a look at how you can unban users from your server. Note that to unban (or ban) anyone from a server, you either need to be the server owner or have a role with server management permissions.
Unbanning people from a Discord server
The process is actually quite straightforward. You can unban people from both the Discord PC and the phone app.
Unbanning from the Discord PC app
Follow these steps to unban a user from your server.
Step 1: Head over to your server, click on the down arrow next to the server name and click on Server Settings.
Step 2; Scroll down on the left side menu and click on Bans.
Step 3: You’ll be able to see all the users you’ve banned from your server here. Click on the one you want to unban.
Step 4: Click on the Revoke Ban button and the ban will be removed.
How to unban someone from the Discord app?
Unbanning a user from the Discord phone app is more or less the same. Here’s how.
- Open your servers panel by swiping right on the chat screen and tap on the three vertical dots next to the server’s name.
- Tap on Settings.
- Scroll down to Bans.
- You’ll see a list of all the members you’ve banned from your server. Click on the one you want to unban.
- Tap on Unban, and you’re good to go.
Also read: How to report user, server or DM on Discord?
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