How To Add Stickers To Your Server On Discord

Are you tired of using the default stickers available on Discord? Do you want to use a unique one that you created for your server? If that’s the case, you can opt to upload your custom sticker to a server you manage or own on Discord. In our quick guide below, we’ll show you everything you need to know about doing so.


Aside from emojis and GIFs, you can also send out stickers to channels and DMs you have on Discord. This feature gives you another option to make your conversations more fun on the app.

In the app, there are a lot of available stickers you can use for free. Each server that you join can also have its own customized stickers that you can use within the community or outside of it (for Discord Nitro users).

With that in mind, you can upload custom stickers to servers you own or manage on Discord. In this way, you can showcase your designs for other members to use.

As long as your server accumulates enough boosts to reach at least level one, anyone with permission can upload their stickers and place them to the limited slots. Without further ado, here’s our guide on how to add custom stickers to Discord.

How to upload custom stickers on your Discord server

If you want to use custom-made stickers when participating in channels and conversations, you can upload the ones you created on your server. When you do, all the members of your server can use these new stickers as well.

You can upload a sticker on the Discord desktop or web app. In our tutorial below, we’ll cover the steps to do so.

Note: Custom stickers are available to servers with at least one boost level.

On your computer:

  1. Launch Discord (desktop or web app) and sign in to your account.
  2. Head to the server where you want to upload your custom stickers.
  3. Click the server’s name on the top left and select “Server Settings” on the menu.

  4. Go to the Stickers tab.

  5. Scroll down and click the “Upload Sticker” option.

  6. Add the sticker name and select the image from your device.

  7. Choose the related emoji you want to use, add a quick description, and click Upload on the bottom right.

Since stickers render on the desktop chat at 160×160 dp, Discord recommends that you use images with a size of 320×320 pixels. Using this size makes your sticker look good on most displays.

Although you can name your stickers whatever you want, we recommend using names that are easy to remember. In this way, other users can search for the sticker much faster when they want to use it.

Unfortunately, you can’t upload, edit, and delete custom stickers on the Discord mobile app. You’ll need to open the desktop or web app to do so.

Always remember that you can only upload custom stickers on a server if it reaches a boosting level of 1, 2, or 3. Each tier gives you more slots for you to use.

To wrap it all up

Now that you know how to upload custom stickers on Discord, you can go ahead and add the ones you created to your boosted server. Keep in mind that Discord limits the number of custom stickers you can upload to a server depending on its level.

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