In , Discord has given boosted servers the ability to add custom server banners, server invite backgrounds, and most recently, Stickers became available to all Nitro users and custom Stickers became available to all servers boosted to Level 1. That means your server needs only 2 server boosts, or the default number given to a single user with Discord Nitro.
I’ll go over everything there is to know about the new Stickers feature on Discord, plus I’ll show you how to make your own Discord Stickers, a feature recently released to all Level 1 servers. Here’s what you should know:
- What are Discord Stickers?
- How to use Discord Stickers
- How to make your own Stickers
NOTE: Use this x pixel PNG Discord Sticker template to create your own custom Discord sticker now.
1. What Are Discord Stickers?
Discord Stickers are yet another way to participate in Discord channels and conversations, providing hundreds of unique character-based, transparent assets, both animated and still. They come in 12 built-in sticker packs for Nitro users only, each with a different animated character, from Discord’s own Wumpus mascot to a melting chihuahua. Each pack contains at least 15 different stickers, for a total of to start with.
You can also add your own stickers if you already have the ability to add custom server emotes (likely Moderator or Admin roles) in a server that has been boosted to Level 1. As long as your server is boosted to Level 1, you don’t need Nitro to add custom stickers, and your server starts with a limit of 15 custom stickers. These stickers can be used by anyone in your server, whether or not they have Nitro. The files have very precise requirements:
2. How to Use Discord Stickers
For users in a Level 1-boosted server, Stickers are located in between the GIF and emoji buttons in the bottom right of the Discord window. If you have Discord Nitro, you’ll have 12 built-in sticker packs with different stickers already available, but if you’re a free user, you’ll be able to use only the custom stickers that have been added by the server’s Mods and Admins. Plus, Nitro users will also be able to use custom stickers in all of their servers, while free users can only use them in their original server.
When you select a sticker, it’s immediately posted to the channel or chat you’re in. Clicking on a sticker message will bring users directly to that sticker pack, if they have it unlocked. If users don’t have Discord Nitro, they’ll still see all stickers posted in channels and conversations, but they won’t be able to use the starter sticker packs.
3. How to Make Your Own Stickers
The most exciting part about the Discord stickers release is the creative opportunity it provides. Anyone with emoji permissions in a server boosted to Level 1 is able to create and add custom stickers to the server, with a limit of 15 per server at Level 1. These can be used by anyone in the server, whether or not they have Discord Nitro.
Since the requirements for Discord stickers are so precise, I recommend making your stickers in the Kapwing Studio. Open the x pixel transparent Discord Sticker template to get started with the precise dimensions and file type required for custom Discord stickers. Here, start with an image you already have access to, either on your device or online, or create a blank canvas to start from scratch.
Now, make any edits you need. You can add text with custom font, color, outline, style, and drop shadow, erase your picture to remove any part of it, crop, resize, and rotate your image, add visual filters, and import any image from Kapwing’s image search and stock photo Plugins. Once you’re finished creating your sticker, select Export, then Download to save it straight to your files, where it will almost certainly take up less than the KB limit.
Now, open Discord using either your browser or Discord desktop app – at the moment, you’re not able to add stickers using the Discord mobile app. Go to a Level 1 server where you have permission to add emojis and enter your server settings. Here, select Stickers directly below Emoji and click Upload Sticker.
Select Browse and find the file you downloaded from Kapwing. On this page, you’ll also need to add a name for your sticker and choose an emoji for it to be associated with, allowing them to be searchable when users look for stickers to use. You can also add a text description for your sticker for the accessibility of people who use screen readers.
Double check that everything looks right, especially the file you selected, since this can’t be edited after you create your sticker. Then, click the Upload button and your sticker is ready to be used by anyone in your Discord server!
I hope this article helps you get started with Discord’s Stickers feature! For more tips and tutorials on content creation in , check out the Kapwing YouTube channel or take a look at some related articles on creating great content for Discord:
• How to Make a Discord Profile Banner
• How to Create Animated Discord Emoji
• 8 Funny Discord PFP Ideas and How to Make Them
• How to Set Up a Discord Server in
Adding Your Own Custom Sticker Packs
Back in October, we began testing out stickers on Discord to help bring more ways to express yourself with more boldness, personality, and style. We added hundreds of stickers, including some based on our most loved characters like Wumpus and new characters, such as a smug Shiba Inu.
While testing, we received a ton of valuable feedback. You loved the wide range of stickers that we created, and what we heard more than anything else was that you wanted ways to personalize them and make them feel like your own. That’s why it’s so exciting to not only reintroduce Stickers to Discord but to give you ways to introduce your own.
First things first: we’re announcing the ability to upload your own custom stickers via Server Boosting. Once you boost your server to at least Level 1, you’ll be able to upload homemade stickers and use them anywhere within the server. If any members of the server have Discord Nitro, they’ll even be able to use those stickers in other servers and DMs, just like custom emojis.
But wait, there’s more! To help you get into the groove of using stickers within your conversations, Nitro subscribers will be able to access Discord-crafted stickers they can use in any conversation, anywhere.
Now, let’s get into how you and your community can get started with your very own stickers.
The option to upload your own stickers will be unlocked once your server reaches Boost Level 1, meaning two boosts will need to be added to your server. Once that’s done, just head into Server Settings > Stickers and start uploading. The higher Boost Level your server reaches, the more stickers you’ll be able to upload.
Your custom stickers will automatically appear in a new sticker drawer menu, living next to your custom emojis and your favorite GIFs.
To upload stickers, you’ll need to either own the server or be a moderator of a server with the Manage Emoji and Stickers permission. These are the file requirements:
- Image Resolution: x (exact)
- Image formats: APNG, Lottie, or PNG
- File Size Limit: KB max
- Associated Emoji: Choose an emoji most similar to your sticker. This lets any stickers show up in places like sticker suggestions or search, making them easier to find and use.
- Optionally, a text description: Enter a description to help users who rely on screen readers understand what your sticker looks like. We encourage you to offer short and concise descriptions to make your stickers accessible and enjoyable to everyone.
Just like custom emoji, server members can use your stickers within the community even if they don’t have Nitro. If they have Nitro, they’ll be able to use custom stickers from any servers they’re a part of in DMs and other communities.
If you’d like, you can also prevent server members from using custom stickers (or emojis) that originate from a different server than yours. Just head into Server Settings > Roles and remove the “Use External Emoji and Stickers” permission.
For subscribers at the $ Nitro tier, you’ll have immediate access to over Discord-created stickers to use in any of your conversations.
These stickers include classic Discord characters, such as Wumpus and Nelly, along with some new characters like Cheerful Choco, an adorable green lovebird, and Sassy Peach, who is…well, a sassy peach.
Nitro subscribers will see the new selection of stickers automatically added to their sticker drawer. If you don’t see them yet, be sure to update the app!
Unlike custom stickers, Nitro-exclusive stickers will be usable even where the “Use External Emoji and Stickers” permission is disabled.
Prior to releasing Stickers today, we were able to give early access to uploading custom stickers to a number of our Partnered and Verified communities so they can get a head start on making sticker sets that are a natural fit for their communities.
Custom stickers help celebrate what the spirit of your community is all about while giving your server members ways to express themselves in ways that feel more personal to them. The three servers below are just a few examples of the hundreds of servers that have been crafting their own sets of stickers, and really show how custom stickers bring their servers to life.
FALLEN is a community that shares a passion for anime, art, and gaming, and they even have their own expressive mascot named Saya. Saya’s made the jump from small emojis to large, beautiful stickers, representing a range of expressions that amplify emotions in everyday conversations.
Art Club, a server that encourages and supports all kinds of artists, also used one of their recognizable mascots as the focus of their stickers to convey feelings that their server uses often, from a wave hello to a blushing face when someone compliments your artwork!
Last but not least, Lackacord is the home for a community of creators that celebrates artist Tracy J. Butler and her comic Lackadaisy. The stickers on offer in her community match specific character’s personalities, bringing these characters to life in a whole new way.
Each of these communities and the stickers they’ve made show how they help a community feel more connected through their shared love of interests and passions and can become a way for more people to find common passions on Discord.
Both custom and Nitro stickers are rolling out starting today everywhere Discord is: Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and your browser of choice via the web app. Android users will be able to send stickers starting next week but will be able to see them starting today. Users on desktop and web will be able to upload custom stickers for their Boosted servers starting today.
Those on mobile won’t be able to upload stickers quite yet, but you’ll be able to send custom stickers offered by the communities that you’re a part of or send any Nitro stickers you may have in any conversation.
You can gain access to the collection of Discord-created stickers, along with two server boosts (enough to boost your server and unlock custom stickers) and tons of other dope perks, by subscribing to Discord Nitro for $/month.
And if you’re not subscribed to Nitro, you’ll still be able to send custom stickers offered by servers you’re a part of, within those communities.
For more information on making your stickers the best they can be, check our Help Center articles: Managing Custom Stickers, Sticker Suggestions, and Tips for Sticker Creators
We can’t wait to see all the creative ways communities across Discord use stickers to make their servers feel special! Be sure to share the creations you and your community make with us on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Custom stickers and sticker packs for Discord servers!
How to use
To get stickers on your Discord server, simply head over to https://stickersurge.com and click the "Add to Discord" button!
For more detailed instructions, check out the documentation.
One of my gaming groups used to bounce around various messaging and VoIP clients looking for the one that would best suit our needs. Eventually we settled with Telegram due to the ease of use and polished interface on all platforms. However, it still lacked a lot of crucial features that we were looking for such as the ability to ping specific users in a group and voice chat without relying on yet another service.
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And so, this project was born.
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