Discord invitations can either be set to expire automatically after a given amount of time, or they can be set to “never expire”. The latter ones are great if you give the link to select users only, however sometimes you might just want to disable them manually.
Here’s how to do that in Discord for Desktop (Windows and Mac).
Right-click on your server’s title and choose Server Settings. I mean the strap at the top above all the channels, not the server icon on the left hand side.
In here, on the sidebar at the bottom left, find the Invites section, under User Management.
This will show you a list of your currently active invites. Hover over the one you’d like to revoke and click the little red X icon in the top right corner.
That’s it! Once removed, the invitation link is no longer valid, and users trying to join your server that way will receive a message.
We had a blast last night trying to setup our first screensharing/conference call through Discord. We’re so used to Skype and FaceTime that these habits have made it a little difficult for us to grab the concept of getting started with Discord calls.
Before we forget how it works, I thought I’d better take some notes. Here’s how we made it happen.
We just started using that Discord thing everyone is talking about. It’s really easy to setup your own server, but with such great powers come great responsibilities.
We wanted to run a private invitation-only server and see how it would work for our team, but an obvious caveat was that everyone who had joined could send invitations to others willy nilly. It was not really obvious for me to fix this, until I did some digging. Here’s how to remove the default invitation setting from @everyone, and a brief explanations for new Discord Server Owners.