Midjourney is one of the best well-known AI services to generate images based on text prompts. Today, we’re going to explore how to add the Midjourney bot to a Discord server for you to start creating AI images in a more private setting, within your own server.
Using Midjourney Bot on Discord
Although you can generate images by using Midjourney through their official Discord server, it has over 16 million members. This makes it very difficult to generate AI art since your prompts get buried under hundreds of messages every minute.
However, you can invite Midjourney’s bot to your own Discord server. This allows you to use the AI service in a more private setting, and reap all the benefits it offers within your own server.
So, without further ado, let’s see how to add the Midjourney bot to Discord.
1. Enter the Official Midjourney Discord Server
The first step to take in order to add the Midjourney bot to your Discord server is to enter the company’s official Discord server (since here is where you can find their bot). Simply follow the link and click on ‘Accept Invite’ to join.
2. Invite Midjourney Bot to Your Server
Once in the Midjourney server, look for the members’ list on the right side of the screen. There, you’ll see a user called ‘Midjourney Bot‘.
Once you find it, click on the profile. A new pop-up window will appear, where you’ll be able to click on ‘Add to Server‘.
Then, select your server from the drop-down list. Click on ‘Continue‘, then on ‘Authorize‘, solve the captcha, and that’s it. Now the Midjourney bot is in your Discord server.
3. Using the Midjourney Bot
Once the Midjourney bot is added to your Discord server, you can start using it to create your first artwork.
Using the bot is very simple. You only need to write the command
/imagine followed by any prompt you want. For example:
/imagine cyberpunk futuristic city
Then, wait 60 seconds and the bot will generate 4 images. You can then write a new prompt or continue refining the existing images.
Below the image, you’ll see two buttons. “(U)” serves to upscale a specific image to a higher resolution. On the other hand, “(V)” serves to create more variations based on one of the existing images.
However, keep in mind that free Midjourney users only have 25 queries as a free trial. Each new prompt or click of a button counts as a query.
And those are all the steps you need to take in order to add the Midjourney bot to your Discord server. Next, check out this list of 20 AI-powered tools to keep leveraging the power of artificial intelligence!