In Discord, timeouts are not a built-in feature like bans or mutes. It’s possible you’re referring to a mute, kick, or ban, but if you genuinely want to “un-timeout” someone, it typically involves reversing the action that caused them to be muted, kicked, or banned.
Here’s how you can do that:
– If someone is muted and you want to unmute them, you can use the following command in a text channel where you have the necessary permissions (typically, you need the “Manage Roles” permission):
– Replace `@user` with the actual Discord username or mention of the person you want to unmute.
– If someone is kicked from the server and you want to invite them back, you don’t need to do anything special to “un-kick” them. Just share an invite link to your server with them, and they can rejoin if they haven’t been banned.
– If someone is banned and you want to unban them, follow these steps:
– Go to your server settings by clicking on the server name at the top left of Discord.
– Click on “Bans” under the “Moderation” section.
– Find the user in the list of banned users.
– Click on the user’s name.
– Click the “Revoke Ban” button.
Remember that you’ll need the necessary permissions to perform these actions. If you don’t have the required permissions, contact a server administrator or someone with the appropriate role to help you with these actions.
Also, keep in mind that the exact steps may vary slightly depending on the version of Discord you are using, as the platform receives updates and changes over time.