If you are a regular Steam player, you may need your Steam ID 64. Some Steam games have an option to allow you to whitelist users in a Steam group. If you need your Steam ID 64, please follow the steps below. You can get your ID directly from the Steam client or use a third-party website to avoid clutter.
1. Use the Steam client
You can easily find your Steam ID by getting it from profile URL. You may have to look carefully and manually write down the ID somewhere, but this method is the most efficient and secure.
- Click on “steam‘ in the top left corner of the Steam client. Click on “settings‘ when the menu scrolls down.
- After opening the settings, you will be taken to the “interface” Signal. Here you will find a checkbox that says “Show Steam URL address bar when available“. Look at that.
- After saving your changes, click on your profile in the Steam client. Her Steam ID 64 appears in the URL in the top left corner of the screen.
2. Use a third-party website
You can get your Steam ID 64 details from a third party website. Please note that this solution still requires you to follow the steps listed above. It’s more of an extension of the first method.
- Right-click on your profile page. Select from the list of options “Copy Page URL“.
- Go to Steamid.io here. Dough Type the URL of your page in the given dialog box and press Enter.
- After searching for the URL you just pasted, you will be able to see all of your Steam IDs along with your profile name and the profile you created. This is a good solution if you are looking for more than one piece of information. Your profile status is also mentioned here, along with whether you are online or offline.
Note: Never enter your credentials (password or account name) on any third-party website that purports to provide you with your Steam ID and information. This is mostly a scam and can result in your account being compromised. If you think you have already taken such action, please reset your password as soon as possible. If you are unable to do this, please contact Steam Support and ask them to take action.