With the arrival of Midjourney on Discord, the idea of transforming a few commands into illustrations, drawings and logos has become an exciting reality.
How to connect MidJourney to Discord?
The platform allows users to unleash their imagination and create surprising graphic content from just a few words.
The AI tool works collaboratively on Discord servers, where group members can explore their creative potential quickly and seamlessly.
Haven’t you jumped on this bandwagon yet? Don’t worry! We’ve prepared a step-by-step guide for you to use Midjourney on Discord right now. Check out:
1: Access a Discord account
To join a Midjourney server, you need to have a verified Discord account. Create your Discord profile through your browser, mobile phone or desktop app.
2: Enter the Midjourney server
3: Choose one of the plans offered
Midjourney offers 3 plans for its users. Choose the one that best suits your needs:
4: Enter the Midjourney server
In Discord, click the “+” button in the server list in the sidebar, select the “join a server” option and paste or type the link http://discord.gg/midjourney into the text box.
5: Find a #General or #Newbie channel
Within the Midjourney Discord server, on the right side of the page, look for rooms with the name “#Newbie” or “#general”. Choose one of them and that’s it! You are ready to make the most of your AI tool.
Extra tip: create a Midjourney server just for you
Don’t want your request to be seen by all members of the Discord server? Create yours! Check out:
1: Create a new server
From the Discord home screen, select the “+” button on the left of the page. There, follow the instructions and create a new server.
2: Link the server to artificial intelligence
Return to the Midjourney channel and look for a message from the Bot. Click on the profile and a screen about it will open:
Select the “Add to server” option and choose the space you created in the previous step. An authorization tab will open and upon accepting the terms, you will be able to use Midjourney privately.
Did you like the content? So, stay here at TecMundo to stay up to date with other tutorials like this!