The Discord token is a phrase consisting of a bunch of letters and words that act as an authorization code for the servers. So you can think of it as an encryption of your username and password. Neat, right?
If you need this token for any reason, we will show you exactly what you need to do to get it.
Remember, never share this token with anyone. Discord staff or admins will never ask you for your username, password, or token.
Using A Desktop Browser To Get Your Discord Token
First, open the official Discord website, log in to your account and enter the browser app. Once you are logged in, you will need to open the developer tools of your browser.
Both Chrome and Firefox use the same shortcut to access these tools. F12 or Ctrl+Shift+I. It might be different for other browsers.
When you click F12, a side panel should open on the right of your screen. You will see a bunch of information here. But, none of that is of use to you. Instead, you will need to head into the Application tab.
On the left side of the panel, under Storage, expand the Local Storage option. Under this option, you will need to select discord.com.
The storage under discord.com will show you a bunch of keys and values. Above those values, there is a search option. Type in “token.” This will filter all of the keys or values. Don’t worry, though; it is normal if the token didn’t show up.
To get your token, you must click on the Toggle Device Toolbar option on the top right of the developer tools panel, or you could use the shortcut Ctrl+Shift+M.
Right-click the value on the right, select edit value, and copy it.
So now you have your discord token. You can use the same shortcut (F12) from before or click on the small X located to the top right to close the developer tools. Simple!