As your Discord server list grows, you might find yourself overwhelmed by too many servers that no longer match your interests or that are no longer active.
In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through leaving a server on both desktop and mobile so you can keep your Discord communities organized to participate in the conversations that matter most.
Let’s get into the tutorial!
Steps to Leaving a Discord Server Manually
Unfortunately, you can’t leave multiple Discord groups at once, so you will need to manually leave each server. Here’s how:
On the left side of the window, locate the server you wish to leave. Right-click the server icon and select “Leave Server.”
A confirmation prompt will appear. Confirm your decision by selecting “Leave Server” again.
On the left side of the window, locate the server you wish to leave. Click on “More Options” and then tap “Leave Server.”
A confirmation prompt will appear. Confirm your decision by tapping “Leave Server” again.
After leaving a server, it will no longer appear in your server list, and you will no longer receive notifications or updates from it.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a way to leave a Discord server without anyone knowing?
When you leave a Discord server, there’s no automatic notification sent to other members. However, keen-eyed users may notice your departure if they check the server’s member list or try to tag you in a message.
Can I rejoin a server after leaving?
Yes, you can rejoin a server after leaving, provided that you have an active invitation link or the server is open for anyone to join. If the server is private, you’ll need to request an invitation from a member or the server owner to rejoin.
Is there a limit to the number of servers I can join?
The maximum number of servers a user can join is 100. If you’ve reached this limit and want to join a new server, you’ll need to leave one of your current servers first.