This guide will show you how to upload a Minecraft world to your Bedrock server.

NOTE: You need to upload a world that was generated with the exact same version of Minecraft as your server is running, otherwise it will not work properly.


❓ How to Find the World Save on Your Own Computer ❓

For Bedrock users, the world folder can be found in minecraftWorlds folder of your computer.
To find it, please follow the steps below:

Press Win + R.

Copy & paste the following path:
%LocalAppData%\Packages\Microsoft.MinecraftUWP_8wekyb3d8bbwe\LocalState\games\com.mojang\minecraftWorlds

Press Enter.



You should be redirected to the default minecraftWorlds folder where you can find the worlds you currently have, as the image below will show:



Now that you've found all the worlds you currently own, you will need to know what's the correct world you would like to upload.

To know which folder belongs to which Minecraft world, simply open the folder of your choice and double-click on the levelname.txt file.




πŸ—ΊοΈ How to Upload Your World πŸ—ΊοΈ

Now that you have found the world you would like to upload, drag and drop it to your desktop for easy access to the folder.

Here is our guide for using Filezilla.

To upload your world please follow the steps below:

Prepare the new world folder you want to upload and be sure it is not named the same as your current world folder name on Multicraft. You will have to remember the name of the new world folder.

Use Filezilla to upload the new world folder to your server, inside the worlds folder.



Log in to your Multicraft here, find the Custom World section, paste your new world folder name there (the one you noted in step number one) without clicking on Create World , and click on Save.



Restart your server.

Now you just uploaded your custom world to your server.


πŸ”„ How to Change Between Existing Worlds πŸ”„

If you uploaded your custom world to your Bedrock server and you want by any chance to set back your old world, all you have to do is:

Log in to your Multicraft here and stop your server.

Find the Custom World section located under the World section in your main Multicraft page, and paste the old world folder name there without clicking on Create World , and click on Save.



Start your server!

Now you just changed back to your old world.

If you find any issues uploading your custom world to your server please contact us on live chat or via the ticket system.


❕ Useful Links ❕

- How to Turn On Show Coordinates Option on My Bedrock Server
- How to Download Your World on Your Bedrock Server
- How to Use the Whitelist on Your Bedrock Server
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