Parameters are enclosed with
Optional parameters are enclosed in brackets
These do not actually go into the command.
Shows basic information about the bot.
Shows advanced information about the bot.
Shows a simple list of all commands. This displays all the commands you can use, with no description or subcommand information.
Note that different commands might show up in server channels and in private messages.
For more details, use
Shows command statistics.
Shows command statistics of all servers.
Shows information about a channel.
If no channel is specified, the information for the current channel is shown.
Shows information about an emoji, or shows all emojis.
If the command is sued with no arguments, all the server emojis are shown.
If an emoji, its ID or name is provided, it will show more information about it.
Only emojis in the current servers can be checked.
Shows help about a command or the bot.
- If no command is specified, it will list all available commands
- If a command is specified, it will show further info, and its subcommands if applicable.
- If a category is specified, it will show only commands in that categor.
Various symbols are used to represent a command's signature and/or show further info.
This means the argument is required.
This means the argument is optional.
This means the it can be either A or B.
This means you can have multiple arguments.
This means the command has subcommands. Check the command's help to see them.
/help guild info
Shows the server's information.
Shows how long the bot has been running.
Shows a user's information.
If no user is provided, it shows your own information.
About user statuses:
- Server Owner: Owner of the server
- Server Admin: User with
- Server Moderator: User with
- Channel Moderator: User with
Manage Channelspermissions in at least one channel.