How to enable

Discord Developer Mode

Discord is a program for users to talk over voice, video, and text. Developed by Discord Inc., this program was first released on May 13, 2015, for various platforms, such as Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, iPadOS, Android, and web browsers. Users like to communicate with their friends and team members via Discord during a game. In addition to the basic features for communication, Discord also provides a developer mode where developers can get additional information in the Discord client such as the server ID. As for how to turn on developer mode in Discord, you can refer to the following content.
If you are using the Discord service via a web browser or the client on a Windows or Mac computer, you can turn on developer mode for Discord with the steps below:

Step 1: Launch the Discord application.
Step 2: Click the gear icon to access Discord Settings.

Step 3: In the left pane, scroll down and select the Advanced category.
Step 4: In the right pane, toggle on the button for Developer Mode

Now you have enabled the Discord Developer Mode.
If you are using the Discord service via a Mobile Device then you can turn on Discord Developer Mode with the steps below:

Step 1: Launch the Discord application on your mobile device.
Step 2: Click the three-line icon. Then tap on the profile icon located in the bottom right corner of Discord to open User Settings.
Step 3: On the User Settings page, tap on the Behavior option.
Step 4: Turn the Developer Mode option on under the Chat Behavior section.

Now, you are in Discord developer mode and you can start to use this mode.
What can I do with the Discord Developer Mode?

As mentioned, you can copy the unique ID of your servers, channels, messages, and Discord users that are not visible in the normal mode.
To copy a Discord server’s ID, you just need to right-click the server in Discord, and then choose Copy ID from the pop-up menu, just as the following picture shows.