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Django Discord Connector

  1. Navigate to Settings
  2. Click Manage Settings under django_discord_connector
  3. Follow the steps below to obtain the values for each setting


Create a Discord Application

  1. Navigate to
  2. Click “New Application”
  3. Fill out a name, click create.
  4. Add an application icon, description, and customize your application.
  5. Copy the CLIENT ID value, save this for later.
  6. Copy the CLIENT SECRET value, save this for later.

Create a Bot

  1. Click the Bot section
  2. Add a Bot.
  3. Customize your bot, add an icon and username.
  4. Copy the TOKEN value, save this for later.

Copy Server ID

  1. Open your Discord settings
  2. Navigate to Appearance
  3. Enable Developer Mode
  4. Right click your Server icon in the Discord menu
  5. Copy ID. Save this for later.
  1. Navigate to your server, hover over a channel and create an invite link.
  2. Select no expiry, unlimited uses. Save this link for later.

Assigning Groups

Typically, you'll just be mapping Discord Groups to standard Groups.

Pulling Discord Groups

Currently this is a bit clunky, a better interface is coming soon.

  1. Navigate to Admin Panel
  2. Click Periodic Tasks
  3. Create a task, name it "Pull Discord Groups"
  4. Select the Task django_discord_connector.sync_discord_groups
  5. Disable the task by default
  6. Select an interval schedule
  7. Save

Now, you'll be able to select that task and (from the Action dropdown) Run selected task.

Mapping Discord Groups

Once you've pulled your discord groups, you can attach them to standard Groups by going to Discord Groups, selecting the Discord Group you want to map, and selecting the standard Group.

By default, Discord groups are applied every 5 minutes. You can edit this under Periodic Tasks, or manually run it.

Enforcing Nicknames

For versions >=1.2.2rc2, nickname enforcement is available.


Clean up Dangling Objects

In previous versions of the package, dangling objects were allowed. Since 1.2.0, this is no longer the case.

sudo docker-compose exec app python3 /opt/krypted/app/ shell
from django_discord_connector.models import DiscordToken, DiscordUser


If you plan to use naming enforcement that involves other packages (e.g Django EVE Online Connector), ensure these are installed.


  1. Enable the nickname enforcement task in your settings
  2. Go to Discord Settings in the Admin Panel (or Settings panel) and add a name enforcement schema
Formatter Description Requirements
%username The Krypted Platform username None
%character Primary character full name django-eveonline-connector
%corporation Primary character corporation ticker django-eveonline-connector
%allaince Primary character alliance ticker django-eveonline-connector

Example: [%corporation] %character would result in something like [KRYPD] BearThatCares