How to Check Your Discord Profile and Server Stats

Do you want to keep track of your Discord profile activity or gauge how active users are on your server? While Discord itself doesn't provide detailed profile or server stats, there are ways to view this information in more detail. In this article, we will explore how you can check your Discord profile stats and server stats using external tools and bots.

Checking Your Discord Profile Stats

To check your Discord profile stats, you can use a website called Discord Package. However, please note that the website doesn't fetch your Discord stats automatically. Instead, you need to manually export your data from Discord and then upload it to the Discord Package.

Here's how you can export your Discord data and view your profile stats:

  1. Open Discord and click on the cog icon located at the bottom left corner next to your username.
  2. In the profile settings, select the “Privacy and Safety” option.
  3. Scroll down and click on the “Request Data” button under the “Request all of my data” section.
  4. In the pop-up, click on the “Request My Data” button. Discord may take up to 30 days to collect your data, but it usually takes 2-7 days.
  5. Once you receive the email notification, download the data file.
  6. Visit the Discord Package website and upload the data file.
  7. On the next page, you can view various Discord data metrics, including your active hours, top users you contact, top channels and servers you frequent, most used emojis, payments, number of invites you received, and number of messages you sent.

Checking Your Discord Server Stats

Discord has built-in server stats that provide more data than any other Discord bot or third-party service. However, these stats are only available for servers with more than 500 members, and only admins and moderators can access the data.

To check your Discord server stats, you can use the Serverstats Bot. Here's how you can set it up:

  1. Visit the Serverstats Bot website and click on the “Invite Bot” button to invite the bot to your server.
  2. Select the server that you want to invite the bot to and click on “Continue”.
  3. Grant all the required permissions by clicking on the “Authorize” button.
  4. Once the bot is added to your server, open any text channel and type the command “/setup” to start setting up the bot.
  5. Select the “Server Stats” setup option from the pop-up suggestions.
  6. Follow the setup process and choose whether you want to track text or voice channels.
  7. You should now see the Server Stats category in the sidebar, with voice or text channels inside it.
  8. You can customize the counter options by using commands such as “/counter create”.
  9. The bot provides various commands to gather information about your server, such as the number of roles, users assigned to each role, online members, installed bots, and more.

By using these tools and bots, you can gain valuable insights into your Discord profile and server stats. Whether you want to analyze your activity or monitor the engagement on your server, these resources can help you make data-driven decisions.

Remember, understanding your Discord insights can help you optimize your profile and server for better user experiences. So, give these tools a try and make the most out of your Discord journey.