DISCORD STARTER GUIDE

Our main platform to run our socials online is through a program called DISCORD. If you have never used DISCORD before, it can be quite tricky to use.

 

We hope this page will help you with the basics

STEP 1: DOWNLOAD DISCORD

Go to: https://discordapp.com/download

Download the program for your device.

(it is recommended to download the app onto your computer/laptop as you will sometimes need your phone as well to participate in the games)

There is an option for a web browser edition HOWEVER, you will need to download the application to see the live streams in order to join the games.

Find and open the .exe file. Follow the instructions to download the application onto your device. Once downloaded, launch the program!

STEP 2: CREATE AN ACCOUNT

You can create your account on the

DISCORD REGISTRATION PAGE

 

You can also instead register in the application.

Don't forget to verify your account with your email!

STEP 3: JOIN OUR SERVER

Now it's time to join our Discord server so you can enter our video and voice chat rooms. This will be where you will meet your group and where the games take place every Friday!

To join our server, click the + button on the far left.

OUR INVITE CODE IS:

https://discord.gg/Jp6gKW9

STEP 4: ADJUST SOME SETTINGS

**When you first enter the server, it is recommended you change these settings to avoid all the notifications!**

ADJUSTING NOTIFICATIONS

ADJUSTING VOICE CHAT

On the bottom left, click the cog to access settings:

Under Voice & Video: Make sure your input is checked off as

"Voice Activity"

You are now ready to join!

To see the rest of the server rooms and participate, join the #rules section and type !agree

WHO WE SERVE

We serve students who are studying abroad in Canada of any cultural, socio-economic, or religious background who are looking for ways to connect with other students and the local community here in Hamilton.

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