How To Check Who Sent Invites on Discord
Have you ever wanted to check to see who sent invites to your Discord server? This information is valuable to a server admin by allowing them to see who is a possible raider, someone who is inviting the wrong type of people. It can also be beneficial to see which members are actively promoting the channel. Fortunately, there is a way to check who sent invites on Discord.
This article will discuss how a Discord server admin, or those with permission, can check the server’s audit logs to see who sent invites. We’ll show you how using a desktop computer or a smartphone.
How to Check Who Sent Invites on Discord on a PC
Sometimes you’ll want to see which members of your server are sending out invites. Admins, or those with permission, can do this by accessing the server’s audit logs. To learn how to access a server’s audit logs, follow the steps below:
For Mac or PC
- Go to the specific Discord server that you want to check who sent invites.
- Click on the down arrow next to your server’s name in the upper left corner of your screen.
- Using the drop-down menu, select “Server Settings.”
- On the left side of the screen, tap “Audit Log.” All of your audit logs will appear on the right side of the screen.
- Navigate to “Filter by Action” and select “Update Invites.”
You’ll now see a filtered list of which members sent invites to the server.
How to Check Who Sent Invites on Discord on an iPhone or Android Device
- Navigate to the Discord server where you want to see who sent invites.
- Click on the three dots icon located in the upper-right part of the screen.
- Scroll down and click “Settings.”
- Click on “Audit Log.”
You’ll now see a list of all the actions performed by members. Scroll through them to locate the logs that apply to member invites. If you want to filter the list by action to isolate only invites, you’ll need to do so on a Mac or PC. This function is unavailable on iPhone and Android.
Do I need an invite link to join a specific server on Discord?
Most of the time the answer is yes. Individual Discord servers are typically marked as private, and you’ll need to get an invite link from a member to join. Only members of a Discord server can invite others to join. However, there are some Discord servers that are public and do not require an invite to join.
Who can view a Discord server’s audit logs?
The admin of the server has access to the audit logs. The admin can also assign permission to other members to access this information. These would typically be moderators of the channel or trusted friends.
What other information does an audit log show?
In addition to showing which members have sent invites, audit logs also show which members have been banned, the creation of new roles and permissions, along with other technical information. These logs generally show all activity for the server.
How long is a Discord invite link valid for?
When a Discord admin, moderator, or member creates an invite link, they have the option to customize it. They can set the link to expire anywhere between 30 minutes to never. If no customized expiration date was set, the default is 24 hours. This means that if the link isn’t used within 24 hours of it being created, the person it was sent to won’t be able to use it.
Use Audit Logs to See Who Sent Invites on Discord
You can quickly see which members have sent invites to your server by checking your server’s audit logs. This can be done on your desktop PC or Mac. If you use a smartphone to check your audit logs, the only limitation is you won’t be able to filter the log only to see who sent invites. However, you can still access information about who sent invites by checking the logs with your phone.
Have you checked to see who sent invites to your Discord server? Did you use the same methods outlined in this article? Let us know in the comments section below.