Discord recently added a new badge called Active Developer Badge, in simple words, If you are a Discord bot developer then there is a small chance you can claim the badge or you might have already got the claim pop-up already.
A new badge called “Active Developer” was added to Discord on November 11, a. The badge has a greenish background with two angular brackets that face each other.
Active Developer Badge Requirement
- One bot in use on Discord which is online & active
- At least one global-slash command
- Someone must have used it in the last 30 days.
Claim Your Badge
- When you go to your developer portal, you’ll see a message telling you to claim your badge.
- Next, choose your app to show that you are a real developer.
- Once you’ve put in the code, click “Claim,” and you’ll see a message that says “Success!”
- Click on your profile in your Discord tab, and you’ll see a badge like this. If you can’t see it, just refresh the page, and it should show up.
Click on your profile in your Discord tab, and you’ll see a badge like this. If you can’t see it, just refresh the page, and it should show up.
Can Team Members Work on the bot claim?
Yes, if you work for a bot as part of a team and the bot meets the requirements, you can get the badge if you are a team member.
Sources say that the badge will stay even if the team member is kicked off the Discord team. It has been said, though, that this could change in the future.
Early Verified Users, is it the same?
No, the Early Verified Developer Badge is not like this badge at all, and it won’t be like it either. The verified bot developers whose bots were verified before August 2020 can use the old badge.
This badge is for developers who have their own bots. It doesn’t need to have the application checked.