How To Login To Discord Using Token [Without Email or Password]

If you have your Discord token, you can easily use it as an alternative to log in to your account. In this article, you will learn how to log in to Discord using a token.
Timothy Iyekowa
By Timothy Iyekowa - Writer & Editor
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Discord as a chat app is much preferred by many gamers and most online communities, this is because of its variety of features and also mainly for its security.

In case you have been wondering, yes there is another way to log in to your Discord account aside from typing in your username and password.

If you have your Discord token, you can easily use it as an alternative to log in to your account. In this article, you will learn how to log in to Discord using a token.

What Is A Discord Token?

A Discord token is an authorization code made up of a string of alphanumeric symbols that is used to authenticate a user whenever he logs in.

These tokens are used to also encrypt and decrypt all communication to and from the Discord servers.

This ensures enhanced security and in the rare case of a leak of information, it cannot be read.

How To Get A Discord Token

Step 1: Open Discord

On your personal computer, open a web browser and visit the Discord website. Log in with your credentials to get access to your account and dashboard.

Step 2: Ctrl + Shift + I

Simultaneously press Ctrl + Shift + I on the keyboard in this order. This should bring up the Developer Tools option on the website.

Refresh the page by pressing F5 or Ctrl + R on the keyboard or selecting the refresh button on the menu bar of the webpage

On the upper side of the screen, select Network and type “/api” in the Filter search bar to display a list of all connected APIs of the Discord account.

At the name column, locate the library option and select it.

Select Headers from the list of options on the right side of the webpage and scroll down until you see Authorization.

Step 4: Copy the token

This is your Discord code and it usually begins with “OT” > Copy your Discord token and paste it into a very secure location

How To Login To Discord With A Token

Step 1: Go to Discord web

On your personal computer, open a web browser and visit the Discord website.

Step 2: Ctrl + Shift + I

On the login page, simultaneously press Ctrl + Shift + I on the keyboard to access the developer tools.

From the multiple tabs at the top of the page, select Console at the top right corner.

Step 3: Paste the token

function login(token) {
setInterval(() => {
document.body.appendChild(document.createElement `iframe`).contentWindow.localStorage.token = `"${token}"`
}, 50);
setTimeout(() => {
location.reload();
}, 2500);
}


login('PASTE TOKEN HERE')

There is a text field for typing under the Console section. Copy the above code and paste it into the text field.

Replace the message ‘PASTE TOKEN HERE’ with your Discord token while maintaining the quote marks.

Press Enter and if you followed the steps correctly, you should be automatically logged in to your Discord account without you needing to type your email or password.

Conclusion

You should be aware of the fact that using your token to log in to Discord is only going to work with the web version of the Discord app.

So, it is impossible to use your mobile devices for this process unless you plan on using a web browser with a developer option.

FAQs on How To Login To Discord With Using Token

You can use it as an alternate login method, authenticate every activity you do on Discord, and encrypt and decrypt all your communication on Discord.

Visit https://Discord.com/developers/applications > Select the bot you want > Click on the Bot tab and copy the bot’s token to your clipboard.

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