The Discord Developer Portal enables you to quickly and easily distribute your online games, bots, and also other applications to the Discord platform. It’s a great way to get your creations noticed by Discord users, helping you increase your community.


Before you can begin using the Discord Developer Portal to create your application, you’ll need a Discord account and a token to gain access to it. We recommend that you use a secure username and password manager with regards to storing your tokens, because they are highly delicate and should not really be shared with anyone.

Bot Tokens

The bot symbol is a extraordinary OAuth2 symbol that your app uses to authenticate with the Discord API. It holds your bot user’s permissions, thus make sure to shop it anywhere safe (like a security password manager).

OAuth2 Permissions for Dispatch

Once you have your app ready to use in the Discord client, it is very time to install it on your web server and compel it to your team. You’ll have to check the Control Server agreement box on your Discord bill to be able to do this.

OAuth2 Entrance Connections

Each of our servers work with websocket links for sending and receiving current events from your app, that are sent with the Discord Entrance. These connections happen to be persistent and stateful, although there are a few stuff your app should do to hold them available and jogging correctly.


The Discord Gateway sends regular heartbeats to your app to be able to let it be aware that it still has a connection wide open. Each heartbeat interval is a period of milliseconds (see Opcodes and Status Limitations for more information).

Privileged Intents

Verified programs must enable privileged intents inside their settings just before they can use these people. Unverified apps can use happy intents with no approval, but will ought to apply for these people after the verification position changes.

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