How Do I Add Groovy Bot to Discord Server?


Heather Bennett

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 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”.

In conclusion

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!

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