Did you know that Discord limits users to just 100 servers? While it may seem like a lot, some people argue that it isn’t enough.
But how do people even organize 100 servers? Well, with the help of folders, a user can categorize servers, making it considerably easier to handle so many servers.
If you’re already familiar with folders, here’s a quick guide on deleting a Discord server folder.
We’ll also add a short guide for creating folders.
Without further ado, let’s do it!
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How To Delete A Discord Server Folder
Discord hasn’t really clarified how to delete folders, but it is quite simple.
All you have to do is grab the servers inside of the server and drag them outside of the folder. You can either put them above or below the server; it doesn’t really matter.
As you can see, once all servers are removed from the folder, the folder disappears.
Alternatively, you can leave the servers that are a part of the folder. Once you do, the folder will be automatically deleted.
And that’s about it!
If you are not sure how you originally created the folder, you can find a quick explanation/guide below.
How To Create A Discord Folder
To create a new Discord folder, you must drag one server into another, and they will automatically combine into one Discord server.
Once the folder is created, you can also customize it. Just right-click the folder and click Folder Settings.
In this new window, you can also give the folder a name and color.
And that’s all there is to it, really! You can now use this newfound knowledge to nicely organize your servers on Discord.