How To Get TeamSpeak Badges
Last Updated: December 30, 2020
Are you wondering how you can acquire those colorful badges on TeamSpeak? How about setting them up on your account? Either way, we’re here to help you. Follow our quick guide below to learn how to get TeamSpeak badges and display them on your account.
For those who don’t know, badges on TeamSpeak are those little and colorful icons you see alongside a user’s display name when you’re inside a channel. You can earn these by redeeming codes from events, announcements, or by completing certain things.
Aside from being decorations, these icons don’t affect your account in any other way. It doesn’t give you any special privileges or rights that can give you more access to features.
But in case you want to show your support to TeamSpeak or celebrate the season, you have the option to display them on your account. But before you can do that, you first need to earn them and redeem them on your account.
If you’re not sure how to get the latest badges and how to configure them on your account, follow our quick guide below.
Where can you get the latest TeamSpeak badges?
You can earn badges on TeamSpeak in a lot of different ways. You can wait for announcements, events, and the different seasons to get new ones. Aside from those, there are also badges that you can earn by completing some prerequisites, like buying merch from the TeamSpeak store.
To get the latest seasonal and event badges, you can follow TeamSpeak’s social media pages on Twitter and Facebook. But in case you don’t want to go through all that trouble, here’s a general discussion thread from the TeamSpeak community about the latest badges out there.
Take note that these codes have a time limit, so if you missed adding the badge before its expiration, all you can do is wait for the next release.
How to add TeamSpeak badges to your account
Now that you know how to earn badges, it’s time to add them to your account. Once you have the code for a badge, all you have to do is redeem them on your TeamSpeak client.
To do this, head to Tools > Options > myTeamSpeak, and make sure to sign-in to your account. Under the badges section, click “Redeem Code.” Enter the code that you earned and click Redeem.
If the code you entered is valid, you can now set up your new badge and display it on your account.
How to set up your TeamSpeak badges
Although there’s no limit to the number of badges you can acquire on TeamSpeak, you can only show up to three of them at the same time. So if you want to display your rare badges or the seasonal ones, you need to set up and configure them on your app’s settings.
Here’s how to do it on your desktop:
- Launch the TeamSpeak 3 client on your computer.
- On the top left side of the app, click Tools > Options. Alternatively, you can also press “Alt + P” on your keyboard.
- Navigate to the myTeamSpeak tab and make sure to sign-in to your account.
- Under the Badges section, click Configure Badges.
- Select a badge to display and drag it to the available slots. You can only click-and-drag badges that are not on the slots.
- To change the order of how you want to display your badges, drag the one you want to move into another slot.
- After you configure your badges, click “OK” to save the changes.
That’s how you set up badges that you want to display on your account. In case you don’t want to fill up all three slots, you can remove a badge by dragging it from the slot to the list below it.
You can check how your badges look by connecting to a server, joining a channel, and viewing it beside your username. If you can’t see any icons, make sure to sign-in to your myTeamSpeak account. Aside from that, head over to Tools > Options > Design and allow badge icons on clients.
To sum it all up
Now that you know how to earn badges, it’s only a matter of time before you collect a ton of them. As long as you regularly check TeamSpeak’s social media pages, you’ll get a lot of seasonal and event codes that you can redeem.
Although you can earn an unlimited number of badges, remember that you can only display up to three of them. With that in mind, display the ones that you like best, depending on the season or your preference.
That’s all from our guide about TeamSpeak badges. For the latest tips, tricks, and tutorials, visit our page regularly for our daily updates.