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Last modified on Nov 7, 2019 in Control Panel
When your server is first created, it starts off with a freshly generated world. However, you may want to bring in a world that has already been worked on whether it’s from realms, singleplayer, or online. Uploading a custom world to your bedrock server can be troublesome to deal with, but no need to worry! We are here to guide you through each step of the process.
Please note that you must have your server set to Bedrock Edition, you can find a guide on changing your server version here.
Converting a .mcworld into a zip
Downloading an online world
Finding your local world/save
There are a few ways to get your local world/save. The first is by exporting it directly from the game. The second is by getting into the world save directory in your computer files and copying the desired world into a known directory.
Exporting from the game
Downloading from Realms
Copying from the saves directory
Uploading your world to the server
Setting the server to load the world
When joining the server, the world that is loaded is not the one you uploaded.
This is usually because the world field of your server panel was set to an incorrect name, take into account this name is case sensitive and needs to be named exactly the same. Alternatively, make sure the world was uploaded to the /worlds directory of your server panel correctly.