Discord is one of the most popular chatting platforms for gamers and now even non-gamers.
One thing that makes Discord an absolute joy for people is that it allows them access to find like-minded people in dedicated communities or servers to communicate.
You can communicate through text, voice channels, and even private messages.
To stay ahead with the latest happenings on your channel or get a private message or call from your friends, you want to turn the notification sound on for Discord.
We can help you figure out how to turn on notification sound for Discord Android, iOS, and desktop apps.
To enable the notification sound for Discord on the desktop, go to the “Notifications” tab in “User Settings” and turn off the “Disable All Notification Sounds” option under “Sounds.” For a mobile device, you have to tweak your mobile settings to enable notifications for the Discord app.
To communicate well, getting a notification whenever someone joins your server, tags, messages, or calls you on Discord is imperative. Let’s figure out the processes to turn on the notification sound on Discord on the computer and mobile applications.
Enabling Notification Sound on the Discord PC Version
If you are using the Windows app or the web version of Discord, follow these steps to turn on the notification for Discord:
- Launch Discord on your PC.
- Click the settings icon (“User Settings”) at the bottom left next to your profile avatar.
- Select “Notifications” from the left panel.
- Turn on the toggle next to all these:
- “Enable Desktop Notifications“
- “Enable Unread Message Badge“
- “Enable Taskbar Flashing“
This will enable the push notification on your desktop screens.
Now, to turn on the notification sound, stay in the same “Notifications” tab and follow these steps:
- Scroll down to the “Sounds” section.
- Turn off the toggle next to “Disable All Notification Sounds” to turn on the notification sound for each activity.
- Press “ESC” or click the X in the circle icon at the top right corner to exit the settings.
There are 18 sounds in the sound section for which you can manually enable or disable the sound notification. These include notification sounds for “Message,” “Deafen,” “Undeafen,” “Mute,” “Unmute,” “User Join,” “User Leave,” “Stream Started,” “Stream Stopped,” and “Invited to Speak” to name a few.
If you turn on “Disable All Notification Sounds,” it will, by default, turn on the notification sound for each activity.
Enabling Notification Sound for Discord on Mobile Devices
This process is a bit different for Android and iOS devices, as it needs to be done from the phone settings.
On Android Devices
Android users should go like this:
- Open the Settings app on your Android device.
- Tap on “Apps.”
- Select “Manage apps.”
- Search for “Discord” and tap it.
- Go to “Notifications.”
- Turn on the slider next to “Allow notifications.”
This way, you will receive a push notification and notification sounds for each Discord activity on your device. You can also change the notification sound for each activity.
If you do not want to turn off the notification for each activity, you can enable the notification for some activities while disabling it for others.
For example, if you turn off the toggle for the call option, you will not get any notification whenever someone calls you on Discord. In contrast, other notifications will receive as usual.
On iOS Devices
For iOS users:
- Open Settings on your iOS device.
- Scroll down and select “Discord.”
- Tap on “Notifications.”
- Turn on the “Allow Notifications” toggle.
Discord App To Enable Notification Sound
You can also use the Discord app to enable the notification sound for Discord.
- Open the Discord app on your mobile device.
- Tap on the hamburger menu icon in the top left corner.
- Tap on your profile picture in the bottom right corner.
- Scroll down and select “Notifications” under “App Settings.”
- Next, press the “Get notifications outside of Discord” option.
It will take you to your mobile settings section, where you can perform all the above-explained steps for iOS and Android devices.
Discord is a VoIP platform for staying connected with like-minded people.
You can connect with your friends on your servers and specific channels and send them private messages or calls.
It is imperative to get the notification bell when any new activity happens in your server, when someone mentions you, messages, or calls to respond well.
Follow our guide for enabling the notification sound on Discord and let communication run smoothly with your friends.
First, check whether the suitable output device is selected. Go to “User Settings“> “Voice & Video” > “Output device” to select your desired output device.
Next, check whether the Streamer mode is off/on. In “User Settings” > “Streamer Mode” > turn off the toggle next to “Enable Streamer Mode.”
When you mute any channel or server on Discord, you will stop getting notifications whenever new activity happens in that particular server or channel.
To mute a server on Discord, follow these steps:
1. Find the server from the left panel.
2. Tap the drop-down arrow (three dots for mobile app) next to the server title.
3. Click on “Notification Settings.”
4. Turn on the toggle or arrow next to “Mute [server’s name].”
5. Set the duration you want to keep it muted.