Discord: How to Remove Custom Emojis From a Server on Mobile

Users can delete these images at any time

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By default, Discord allows every server to have up to 50 custom emojis. The server’s owner, as well as anyone with the “Manage Emoji” permission, can upload custom emojis to the server.

It’s possible someone may upload a custom emoji to a server that other users don’t approve of. If this ever happens, users can remove the offending custom emoji from the server.

Our guide will show you how to remove custom emojis from a server from within the Discord mobile application.

Note: These screenshots were captured in the Discord app on iOS.

Step 1: While viewing the server’s channel list, tap the server name at the top of the screen.



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