With so many servers and large communities on Discord, you are likely to meet dozens of people who share your interests.
However, it is easy to lose track of these new friends, especially if your friend list contains hundreds of users.
Fortunately, there is one feature you can use to figure out where you met a particular user. You can achieve this by checking out which Discord server your fellow user is in.
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Checking Mutual Servers Of A Discord User
The only way to discover which Discord server another user is in is by using Discord’s built-in Mutual Servers feature.
This allows you to see which servers you are currently sharing with a specific user.
Here’s how to use that feature:
- Open Discord.
- Expand a server’s Member List or go to your Friend List.
- Find the user, right-click their name, and select Profile.
- Once the user’s profile is open, click Mutual Servers.
- Under this tab, you should be able to see all of the mutual servers you share with that particular user. In our case, the only server we have in common with the MEE6 bot is our PC Strike Discord Server.
Unfortunately, there are no other ways to check which servers a user is in, or has been in previously. We don’t see Discord ever integrating this feature due to privacy concerns. Hopefully, this feature will be of at least some use to you.