How To Undo A Deleted Channel In Discord

Last Updated on August 24, 2022

If you have ever deleted a channel in Discord by accident, you may be wondering how to undo that action. It is actually fairly simple to do, and we will walk you through the steps.

Also, you will learn to assign roles on the discord channel.

How to Recover a Deleted Discord Channel

Maybe you had an important conversation on that channel that you don’t want to lose, or perhaps you made a mistake and deleted the wrong channel. No matter what the reason is, follow the instructions below to get your channel back.

  1. Open the Discord app and log into your account
  2. Click on the “Servers” tab at the top of the screen
  3. Locate the server that contains the deleted channel
  4. Click on the server name to open it
  5. Click on the “Channels” tab
  6. Locate the deleted channel
  7. Click on the channel name
  8. Click on the “Recover” button

Your channel will now be recovered and you can continue using it as usual.

Also, check out how to recover a discord account without email.

How to Delete a Discord Channel

To delete a channel, you first need to be on a server.

Once you’re in a server, right-click on the channel you want to delete and select “Delete Channel.”

A pop-up will appear asking if you are sure you want to delete the channel. Click “Delete” to confirm.

How to Assign Roles on the Discord Channel

One of the great things about Discord is that it’s easy to set up roles for different members of your community.

This can be useful for a variety of purposes, such as ensuring that only certain people can access certain channels, or giving people with specific responsibilities a way to easily identify themselves to others.

Here’s how to set up roles on your Discord channel:

First, head to the “Server Settings” tab at the top of the screen.

From there, select the “Roles” option from the menu on the left. This will bring up a list of all the roles currently on your server.

To add a new role, click the “Add Role” button at the bottom of the screen.

Next, give your role a name and click “Save Changes.” You can now assign this role to any member of your server by clicking on their name in the “Members” list and selecting the role from the drop-down menu.

Alternatively, you can mention the role in a message (e.g., “@admin”) and it will appear as a clickable link that anyone can use to join that role.

Finally, you can set up permissions for each role using the “Role Options” menu. This allows you to control what members of that role can do on your server, such as whether they can read messages, send messages, or access specific channels.

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