How to setup social login with Discord


Adding social login with Discord to your app with Clerk is simple - you only need to set the Client ID, Client Secret and Authorized redirect URI in your instance settings.
To make the development flow as smooth as possible, Clerk uses preconfigured shared OAuth credentials and redirect URIs for development instances - no other configuration is needed.
For production instances, you will need to generate your own Client ID and Client secret using your Discord account.
The purpose of this guide is to help you create a Github account and a Github OAuth app - if you're looking for step-by-step instructions using Clerk to add social login (OAuth) to your application, follow the Social login (OAuth) guide.

Before you start

Configuring Discord social login

First, you need to register a new OAuth Discord app at the Discord Developer Portal.
Creating an OAuth Discord app
Set a name for your new application and click create. Now that your application has been created, from the left side panel click on OAuth2, this is where you also need to add your Redirect URL. Go to the Clerk Dashboard, select your Application, and navigate to Instances Settings User Management SSO. Click the Manage credentials button under the Discord provider, select Custom profile and copy the Authorized redirect URI. Paste the value into the Redirect input and save the changes.
Once all the above are complete, copy the Client ID and Client Secret. Go back to the Clerk Dashboard and paste them into the respective fields.
Obtaining the Client ID and Client secret
Don't forget to click Apply in the Clerk dashboard. Social login with Discord is now configured 🔥

Next Steps

Learn how to add social login with GitLab to your Clerk application by following the Social login (OAuth) guide.
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