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Commands

Key:
< > = Required
[ ] = Optional
| = Means "or"
bot = Refers to the Suggestions bot

General Commands

CommandDescriptionGuide
dmEnable or disable suggestion DMsclick
infoView bot informationclick
pingView the latency of the bot and APIclick
statsView bot statisticsclick
suggestSubmit a new suggestionclick

Staff Commands

These commands require a staff role or the Manage Server (MANAGE_GUILD) permission.

CommandDescriptionGuide
approveApprove a submitted suggestionclick
rejectReject a submitted suggestionclick

Admin Commands

These commands require the Manage Server (MANAGE_GUILD) permission.

CommandDescriptionGuide
configView and update various configuration settings of the botclick

Command Information

Approve Command

/approve <sID|message ID> [response]

Approve a submitted suggestion via its suggestion ID (sID) or message ID with an optional response.

Config Command

/config get [setting]
/config <setting> <value>

View and update various configuration settings of the bot.

  • You can check a specific setting by running /config get [setting]
  • You can view an overview of all settings by running /config get
  • You can update a specific setting by running /config <setting> <value>

Read more about configuring the bot via the configuration page.

DM Command

/dm <view|enable|disable>

View or enable/disable if the bot can DM you regarding suggestions (cannot be overridden if the server has DMs disabled).

Info Command

/info

The info command displays the bot's authors, description, important links, and the bot version. Some of the most significant information is found here.

Ping Command

/ping

This command displays the latency of the bot (where it's hosted) and the API (Discord API).

Reject Command

/reject <sID|message ID> [response]

Reject a submitted suggestion via its suggestion ID (sID) or message ID with an optional response.

Stats Command

/stats

The stats command displays information regarding how many servers the bot is in, its uptime, bot version, library version, etc. Check here if you're a geek or just want to see how many servers the bot is in.

Suggest Command

/suggest <suggestion>

This command will allow the user to submit a new suggestion that will be sent to the set suggestions channel in the server.