Discord commands
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A list of discord commands

Discord is a convenient platform for online communities. Communities can get together on Discord and chat with each other. It’s much easier to communicate with each other on Discord due to the convenient features such as @mentions. You don’t even have to do everything manually, there are a couple of discord commands you can memorize and type.

These discord commands are designed to make communication easier and minimize spam on Discord channels. In today’s article, we will talk about all the major discord commands you need to talk about.

Basic commands

You don’t need a bot to use these basic commands. Just type the / symbol and they will appear in front of you. With these basic commands, chatting on Discord is much easier. Here is a list of basic discord commands:

/giphy [word or term]

This command searches for animated GIFs for the word you type after the command from Giphy’s site. The GIFs will appear above the text so you can select one.

/tenor [word or term]

This command searches for animated GIFs from Tenor’s site. It functions just like the above one.

/tts [word or phrase]

This command reads your text aloud to all active users on the channel.

/me [word or phrase]

This command emphasizes the text you type after the command.

/tableflip

This command inputs this emote into the channel: (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻

/unflip

This command inputs this emote into the channel: ┬─┬ ノ( ゜-゜ノ)

/shrug

This command inputs this emote into the channel: ¯_(ツ)_/¯

/spoiler [word or phrase]

This command marks your text as a spoiler by blacking it out. Users can decide whether to view it or not by clicking on the blacked-out text.

/nick

This command allows you to change your nickname on specific servers.

MEE6 Commands

MEE6 commands are custom commands that you can create through the MEE6 bot. The MEE6 bot is a helpful discord asset that makes communication and management easier for Discord mods. Here are some MEE6 discord commands for bot moderation:

!ban [member] [optional reason]

This command bans a specific member from the Discord server.

!tempban [member] [duration] [optional reason]

This command temporarily bans a member from the Discord server for a specified amount of time.

!mute [member] [optional reason]

This command mutes a member so that they can’t speak or type in the Discord server.

!tempmute [member] [duration] [optional reason]

This command temporarily mutes a member so that they can neither speak nor type in the whole server.

!unmute [member]

This command unmutes a member in chat.

!slowmode [optional timeout] [optional off]

This command enables or disables slow mode in a specific Discord channel.

!kick [member] [optional reason]

This command kicks a Discord member from the server.

!infractions [member]

This command shows you how many infractions a specific user has on the server.

!warn [member] [optional reason]

This command warns a member for rule-breaking or other infractions.

!clear [optional member] [optional count]

This command clears chat messages in a specific Discord channel.

So that’s how you moderate your Discord channel using MEE6 commands. Now let’s look at MEE6 search commands:

!youtube [search]

This command searches for a specific YouTube video.

!twitch [search]

This command searches for a specific stream channel on Twitch.

!Imgur [search]

This command searches for memes on Imgur.

!urban [search]

This command searches for slang from the Urban Dictionary.

!anime [search]

This command searches Kitsu for anime.

!manga [search]

This command searches Kitsu for manga.

!pokemon [search]

This command searches the Pokeapi Pokedex for pokemon.

Dyno bot commands

Dyno bot is among the best Discord mods. These commands can be used for moderation as well as fun purposes. Below, we have included all the Dyno bot commands. First, let’s take a look moderation commands:

?addmod [role]

This command adds a moderator role.

?ban [user] [limit] [reason]

This command bans a member according to a time limit.

?unban [user or id] [optional reason]

This command unbans a member who was previously banned.

?softban [user] [reason]

This command bans then immediately unbans a member to delete their messages.

?kick [user] [reason]

This command kicks a member from the server.

?mute [user] [limit] [reason]

This command disallows a user from speaking or typing for a specified amount of time.

?unmute [user] (optional reason)

This command unmutes a Discord user.

?lock [channel] (time) (message)

This command locks a channel with a timer and message.

?unlock [channel] (message)

This command unlocks a channel in your Discord server.

?announce everyone [channel] [message]

This command sends an announcement to @everyone in a specific Discord channel.

?members [role]

This command Used lists up to 90 members for a specific role.

?warn [user] [reason]

This command warns a member when they do something that breaks the Discord rules.

?warnings [user]

This command shows you warnings given to a specific user. This key is often used when discussing whether or not to ban a specific member.

?note [user] [text]

This command creates a note about a user.

?notes [user]

This command shows you notes previously written about a Discord user.

?clearnotes [user]

This command clears all notes for a specific Discord member.

?deafen [user]

This command deafenes a user.

?undeafen [user]

This command undeafenes a user.

?modlogs [user]

This command shows you a list of moderation logs for a specific user.

?clean (optional number)

This command clears the Dyno responses from the server.

Now let’s take a look at some fun Dyno bot commands:

?cat

This command generates a cute random cat picture from the internet. It will automatically be posted to the channel.

?dog

This command generates a cute dog random picture from the internet. It will automatically be posted to the channel.

?pug

This command generates a cute random pug picture from the internet. It will automatically be posted to the channel.

?itunes [song name]

This command gives you basic song info about a song.

?pokemon [name]

This command gives you information about a Pokemon character, including its abilities, type, weight, and height.

?roll [dice size number – ie d20, or number of dice]

This command rolls dice in a channel.

?rps [choice]

This command allows you to play rock-paper-scissors with the bot.

?country [country code]

This command checks the stats of a specific country including its population, capital city, area, and main currency.

?space

This command gives you information about the space station.

?flip

This command flips a coin between heads and tails.

?dadjoke

This command generates a random dad joke in the Discord channel.

?norris

This command generates a random Chuck Norris fact.

?poll “[message]” “[choice1]” “[choice2]”

This command creates a poll in chat that other members can vote on.

?github [repository name]

This command generates information about a Github repository.

Let’s look at some miscellaneous commands:

?afk

This command sets up an AFK status that will be displayed when you are mentioned.

?afk set [status]

This command shows an AFK status when you are mentioned and also displays it in your nickname.

?afk ignore [channel]

This command can be used when you don’t want to return from AFK when talking.

?color [hex number]

This command finds information about a specific hex number.

?randomcolor

This command generates a random hex color that you can look.

?remindme [time] [reminder]

This command creates a reminder in a specific channel.

?avatar [user]

This command produces a larger version of a user’s avatar in the chat.

?dynoav

This command generates a Dyno-like avatar.

?whois [user mention]

This command gives information about a specific user on the server.

?distance [coords] [coords]

This command tells you the distance between two sets of coordinates.

?discrim [4 numbers]

This command generates a list of users who have a specific Discord discriminator number.

?membercount

This command gives you the number of users on a specific server.

?serverinfo

This command gives you the info about a server including the number of server members, channels, and current number of people online.

?emotes

This command shows you a full list of server-specific emotes.

Conclusion

These discord commands will help you conveniently manage your Discord channels. Do apply them the next time you open your Discord channel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Muhammad Saad Ansari
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