Amongst the many features Discord offers, the ability to add bots to either add functionality or automate tasks is perhaps the best. This has given rise to a number of bots that can be used to do quite a lot of things on your server.
In this article, we’re talking about the MEE6 bot. We’ll be going over all the commands that the bot has to offer and how can you make custom commands for your specific needs.
MEE6 Discord bot command list
MEE6 commands are basically divided into 3 main categories.
MEE6 Moderation commands list
Here are all the commands that MEE6 offers to help you better monitor and moderate the people on your server.
|!ban||Bans a user from the server.|
|!tempban||Temporarily bans a user from the server.|
|!clear||Delete a channel’s messages.|
|!infractions||Displays a user’s infractions.|
|!kick||Kicks a user from the server.|
|!mute||Server-mutes a user.|
|!tempmute||Temporarily server-mutes a user.|
|!role-info||Get information about a particular role.|
|!server-info||Get information about the current server.|
|!slowmode||Enables or Disables slowmode in a channel.|
|!unban||Unbans a user from the server.|
|!unmute||Unmutes a user.|
|!user-info||Get information about a particular user.|
|!warn||Warns a user.|
MEE6 Levelling commands list
The following commands allow you to monitor member activity on your server and reward then with XP points and levels based on their activity. This is a great way of keeping members entertained and most importantly, engaged.
MEE6 doesn’t really have defined commands for levelling. Instead, you go through the MEE6 dashboard and configure various levelling perks and levels there.
MEE6 Music commands list
For those of you who didn’t know, MEE6 can also play music inside your server’s voice channels. Here’s the complete command list for your reference.
|!play||Start playing from the queue.|
|!search||Search for a song.|
|!record||Record the current conversation on a voice channel.|
|!seek||Jump to a specific moment in the song.|
|!volume||Changes the volume of the song up to 200%.|
|!add||Add a song to the queue.|
|!queue||List the songs in the queue.|
|!clear-queue||Remove every song from the queue.|
|!skip||Skip to the next song in the queue.|
|!vote-skip:||Starts a vote to skip to the next song in the queue.|
|!join||Make the bot join your voice channel.|
|!leave||Make the bot leave your voice channel.|
|!stop||Stop the current song.|
|!start-quiz||Start a music quiz with your friends.|
|!stop-quiz||Stops the current music quiz.|
|!stop-recording||Stop the recording and get the link to the audio file.|
How to make custom MEE6 bot commands in Discord?
To make things easier for its users, MEE6 also allows you to make your own custom commands that can perform a predetermined set of actions with just a single press of a button.
Follow these steps to set up your own custom commands in a matter of minutes.
Step 1; Head over to the MEE6 website and log in to the dashboard. Click on Custom Commands once there
Step 2: You’ll now notice that we have three different types of commands to chose from.
- Text Command: Creates a command that replies with a custom text in DMs or a public channel.
- Auto-role: This command lets your users automatically give themselves any role(s) they want. Note that this is a premium feature and isn’t available in the free version of MEE6.
- Advanced: For any sort of advanced commands that can manipulate roles or send multiple messages to DMs or public channels. This is also a premium feature and isn’t available in the free version of MEE6.
For this tutorial, we’ll be moving on with the Text Command.
Step 3: You’ll find yourself on the command building page. Here we can set up everything we need for our custom command. Let’s start by typing in the command name.
Step 4: Now we need to set an action which is basically what the bot will do once we run the command. You can set it to either Reply with a message or Send a message which will just send a response to a public channel.
You can have both the actions enabled if you want. We’ll also enable the Random toggle. This lets us type in multiple responses which will be picked at random.
Note that you can take more control over what the bot replies by specifying other users, channels or servers using Custom Command Variables.
Step 5: We then come over to the command description, the roles that are allowed to use it and whether or not you want to ban certain roles and channels from using the command.
Step 6: Finally, we have the command cooldown period, which controls the duration of time between users can run the command. You also have control over whether you want to keep or delete command usage records and want to make the command respond-only by not letting users reply to the command.
Step 7: Once you’re done setting up everything, click the Add button in the bottom right to add the command to your server.
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