Discord is now a huge platform with millions of servers. These servers range from gaming where it all started to crypto servers where people trade silly pictures of monkeys.

If you have arrived at this article you are probably trying to find out if you can see the servers that your friends are in. Maybe you want to see if there are any servers that you are missing out on or you simply want to spy on them.

In this article, we are going to take a look at how you can see what Discord servers someone is in.

Can You See All Discord Servers Someone Is In?

No, there is no public list of servers that a user is in. You will not be able to see specific servers a user is in unless you are on the same server as them.

While you won’t be able to see all servers a user is in, Discord has a “Mutual Servers” feature. This means that you will be able to see any servers that a user and you have in common.

How To View Mutual Servers On Discord?

Follow the steps below to view the mutual servers you have with another Discord user.

  1. Open Discord and find the user you want to check mutual servers with
  2. Click on the users name and then click on their profile picture to view their profile
  1. On their profile select “Mutual Servers”. Here you will see a full list of servers that both you and this user are in.

How To Find Out If A User Is In A Specific Discord Server?

While you can’t find out all of the servers that someone is in, you can check if someone is on a specific server. If you have a suspicion that someone is on a specific server and want to confirm it you can do so. To do this simply join the server you think they are on.

Navigate to their profile and check the mutual servers section. If the Discord you thought they were on appears then it means they are on that server.

Wrapping Up

Unfortunately, this probably wasn’t the answer you were looking for however you can go ahead and check out any mutual servers you and someone are in. If you want to find out if a user in a specific server, join that server and check your mutual servers with them.

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