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Photo: rafapress (Shutterstock) I hop in and out of various Discord servers more than normal nowadays—thanks to World of Warcraft PUGs—and I typically leave the server for good. I mean, there’s no point to having some random person’s Discord server clog up the list of servers I actually care about. But I’m often surprised the inviters didn’t give me temporary access to their servers, which is actually a feature built directly into Discord, and a handy way that you can let someone into your various chat rooms without giving them a permanent invite that you’ll eventually have to revoke. To find it, simply click on the invite button on your Discord server, which will pull up a window that looks like this: Screenshot: David Murphy Click on that tiny “Edit invite link” text at the bottom, and that’ll pull up this super-useful screen that lets you customize the parameters of the invites you’re creating. Screenshot: David Murphy Not only can you pick when you want your invite link to expire—ranging from minutes, to hours, to a full day, to “never”—but you can also indicate how many times the link can be used to bring someone into your Discord server before it’s no longer valid. And, of course, you’ll see the big “Grant temporary membership” button. Enable it, and anyone who joins your Discord using that link will automatically get kicked out once they disconnect. In other words, this is the setting you’ll want to use if you need to […]