This guide will show you how to properly find a player's UUID.


❓ What Is a Player's UUID ❓

The UUID (Universal Unique Identifier) is a code that is used to verify your identity instead of your username.

Each Minecraft player has a different UUID.

NOTE: You can change your Minecraft username, but the UUID will stay the same.


🔩 The UUID Tool 🔩

To find a player's UUID, you need to use our UUID Tool, which is included in your Multicraft panel:

Log in to your Multicraft panel here.


Click on Tools, then on UUID Finder.

UUID Finder


Select Java UUID Finder or Bedrock UUID Finder depending on the account type the user you are searching for has.

UUID


Paste the username of the player under MC Username:, then click on Search.

Java

Bedrock

The UUID of the player will be displayed as long as you type the username correctly. For Bedrock players, the XUID (Xbox Unique Identifier) will be shown too.

NOTE: Don't worry about capital letters. As long as the username is typed correctly, the desired avatar should appear below. Offline accounts will not work with this. Username updates can take up to 48 hours to get changed.


If you find any issues using our UUID finder, please contact us on live chat or via the ticket system.


❕ Useful Links ❕

- How to Use the Minecraft Whitelist
- How to Change Your Message of the Day (MOTD)
- How to Upload and Use a Custom Jar File
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