How to sign up for Discord and MidJourney
Learn how to use the Midjourney Bot on Discord to create custom images from simple text prompts. 1: Join the Discord
Go to Midjourney.com, select Join the Beta, or go directly to the Midjourney Discord.
Before joining the Midjourney Discord server, you must have a Discord login. Learn how to create one here.
2: Find a Newbies Channel
On the Midjourney Official Server
newbies-# channel visible in the left sidebar.
On Other Servers
You can generate images with the Midjourney Bot on any server that has invited the Bot. Look for instructions on your server on where to use the Bot.
3: Use the /imagine Command
About Discord Commands
Interact with the Midjourney Bot on Discord using a Command. Commands are used to create images, change default settings, monitor user info, and perform other helpful tasks. The
/imagine command generates a unique image from a short text description (known as a Prompt).
/imagine prompt:or select the
/imaginecommand from the slash commands pop-up.
- Type a description of the image you want to create in the `prompt` field.
- Click return to send your message.
Respect the Community Guidelines. Community guidelines apply wherever the Midjourney Bot is used.
If you don't see a pop-up when typing the
/imagine command, try logging out, updating the Discord app, and logging back in.
Commands only work in bot Channels. Commands will not work in regular channels like #trial-support.
4: Processes the Job
The Midjourney Bot takes about a minute to generate four options.
A Job is any action that uses the Midjourney Bot. Jobs include using the
/imagine command to create a grid of images, upscaling images, or creating image variations, all use your free trial time.
/info command to check your Fast Time Remaining to see your remaining Trial time.
5: Upscale or Create Variations
After the initial image grid has finished generating, two rows of buttons appear:
U buttons upscale an image generating a larger version of the selected image and adding more details.
V buttons create slight variations of the selected grid image. Creating a variation generates a new image grid similar to the chosen image's overall style and composition.
The 🔄 (re-roll) reruns a Job. In this case it would rerun the original prompt producing a new grid of images.
6: Rate Images
After using upscaling an image a new set of options will appear:
🪄 Make Variations
🔍 Light Upscale Redo
🔍 Beta Upscale Redo
Beta/Light Upscale Redo: redo the upscale using a different upscaler model.
Web: Open the image in your gallery on Midjourney.com
Click a smiley button to rate any upscaled image on the Midjourney website or in Discord. Each day, the top 1000 image raters receive an hour of free, Fast Mode time. Rank your work or the work of others. Rank based on your personal style and opinion. Love the look, effort, colors, concept, or theme? Please give it a 😍!
7: Save Your Image
Click on the image to open it to full size, and then right-click and choose
Save image. On mobile, long tap the image and then tap the download icon in the top right corner.
All images are immediately available to view on midjourney.com/app
Sign In with Discord to view.
8: Subscribe to a Plan
Trial users have roughly 25 free Jobs. Jobs do not presently expire but will also not renew. To make more images use the
/subscribe command in any Bot Channel to generate a personal link to the midjourney account page. Do not share this personal link with others.
For prices and more information go to Subscription Plans
Make sure you are signing in using your existing Discord account. It is easy to accidentally create a new account.
Work in Your Direct Messages
/imagine command while direct messaging with the Midjourney Bot. Images made within your direct messages are still subject to content and moderation rules and are visible on the Midjourney website.
Learn More About Prompts
Learn How to Combine Your Own Pictures
Learn how to upload and blend your own images together with the
Need help or have questions? Try these commands:
/help Shows helpful basic information and tips about the Midjourney Bot.
/ask Get an answer to a question.
For more help, visit the #trial-Support channel on the Midjourney Discord.