Are you looking to add the Groovy Bot to your Discord server? Look no further! In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through the step-by-step process of adding Groovy Bot to your server and enjoying some groovy tunes with your community.
Before we begin, make sure you have the necessary permissions to add a bot to your server. You’ll need the “Manage Server” permission or be an administrator on the server.
Step 1: Logging in to the Groovy Bot website
To get started, head over to the official Groovy Bot website at https://groovy.bot/. Once there, click on the “Login” button located at the top-right corner of the page.
You’ll be redirected to Discord’s login page. Enter your Discord credentials and authorize Groovy Bot to access your account.
Step 2: Inviting Groovy Bot to your server
After logging in, you’ll be redirected back to the Groovy Bot website. On the left-hand side, click on “Add to Discord”.
A new page will open with a list of servers you own or have administrative access to. Select the server where you want to add Groovy Bot and click on “Authorize”.
Step 3: Configuring Groovy Bot
Once you’ve authorized Groovy Bot, it will be successfully added to your server. However, there are a few additional steps you can take for customization.
- Prefix: By default, Groovy Bot uses a prefix of “!”. If you want to change it, simply type “!prefix” followed by your desired prefix.
- Music Channel: To restrict music commands only within a specific channel, create a text channel and name it something like “music-commands”. Then type “!restrict music-commands” to set it as the music channel.
- Volume Control: You can adjust the volume of Groovy Bot by typing “!volume X” (replace X with a value between 1 and 100).
Step 4: Enjoying music with Groovy Bot
Now that Groovy Bot is added to your server and configured to your liking, it’s time to start playing some music! Here are a few basic commands to get you started:
- Play: Type “!play” followed by the name of a song or a YouTube link to start playing music.
- Skip: To skip the currently playing song, type “!skip”.
- Pause/Resume: To pause or resume playback, type “!pause” or “!resume”.
- Queue: Type “!queue” to see the current playlist.
- Leave: If you want Groovy Bot to leave your server, simply type “!leave”.
Adding Groovy Bot to your Discord server is a straightforward process. By following these simple steps, you’ll have access to a fantastic music bot that will enhance the experience for you and your community. So go ahead, add some groovy tunes and enjoy!