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How To Manage, Organise And Add Bot To A Discord Server

Discord roles grant users special permissions. Create a function for moderators, for example, and grant that role the power to ban users and remove messages. Those permissions will be passed down to any users you appoint to that position. You may avoid having to grant permissions to each user by using roles. You might also use roles to do something as basic as assigning a cool rank and colour to your mates.

To handle roles, go to the server settings and choose “Roles” from the left-hand menu. By clicking the little plus button to the side of the “Roles” title on the tab, you can add new roles. To handle permissions, choose a role. The ability to control the server by creating new channels or positions, manage users by blocking or removing messages, and transfer users in and out of voice chat are among the many permissions available. There’s also an Administrator function, which grants all permissions except those unique to the server owner (like deleting the server, for example).

The first option, “Display role members separately,” allows members of that role to appear in their own section of the Users screen. You can do some interesting stuff with this environment by turning it off for particular roles. For example, if you have a lot of admins and want to change the color of your admins, you can create a new position and place it above admin, but turn off the option to create a new category.

We’ve created a role called “Cool Color” and gave it a colour scheme.

Now, any user who has been assigned to the “Cool Color” role will be displayed in blue.

This method can also be applied to permissions. You may, for example, establish a “Server Administrator” function with the Administrator permission and distribute it selectively rather than to all.

You can assign users to roles by right-clicking their names and activating the appropriate box on the “Roles” menu once you’ve finished setting up the roles you want to use.

If your server is especially big, you can use the “Members” tab in the settings panel to find people without having to scroll down the list or @ them.

How Do I Organize Channels?

Your server’s channels are divided into groups. Right-click anywhere in the channel pane and choose either the “Create Channel” or “Create Category” command to create a new channel or category.

Give your channel a name and pick whether it should be a text or voice channel when you create it. Spaces (typing a space produces a hyphen) and capital letters are not used in channel names.

All you have to do when making a category is give it a name. Class names will contain spaces, and although you can type both capital and lowercase letters, they will always appear in all caps.

Channels have their own set of permissions, which you can see by clicking the gear icon next to a channel. These permissions are set to align with the channel’s category by default, but if you change them, they’ll remain in place until you sync again.

You can also make channels and categories private. Simply select “Private Channel” when creating a channel, and then allow the roles you want to have access to it.

If you just want to introduce a few people to the channel, you can create a new role for it and then add users to it.

HOW TO ADD A BOT IN A DISCORD SERVER?

Adding bots to a Discord server is surprisingly easy, as it should be. You just need to open a browser and log into your Discord account to get started. I’m sure you have the bots you want to add to your Discord server already. If you’ve decided the bots you’d like to add to your server, simply follow the steps below:

Step 1:-Sign in to your Discord account on the Discord app website. Make sure the server you want to connect the bot to has “Manage Server” permissions.

Step 2:- Click on the “Add Bot to Server” button on the Carbonitex website

Step 3:- You’ll be taken to a screen where you must authorize yourself. Pick the server you want to connect the bot to from the “Select a Server” drop-down menu.

Step 4:- Simply pick “Authorize” from the drop-down menu. When you’ve done so, the bot will be connected to your account, and you’ll be able to see it in the server’s sidebar.

Those were all the steps that you need to take, in order to add a bot to your Discord server.

Aum Vyas
Aum is following his passion in learning about modern technologies. And when he is not busy you can find him binge watching shows and vibing to music.
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