The most easy-to-use Discord bot! This bot is made to keep a good attitude on your server and refuse any bad behavior.
Hey there, and welcome to the official documentation for the discord bot Attitude.
In this documentation, there are multiple categories which you can find, on the left side of the documentation, whereas:
- Introduction: It contains pages that are about how you could read the documentation, how you could add our discord bot Attitude, and the new features we have added within the release of the rewrite of Attitude V4.
- Miscellaneous: It contains programs & systems you could participate in, and you can view more information about them on its own individual pages.
- Safety: Our number one priority, when it comes to users using our discord bot Attitude, is the user's safey. With that, we have decided to create a section named by "safety" with a page that talks about how you could report a user if the user breaks any of Attitude's rules and a page that talks about how you could report a user if the user breaks any of Discord's Terms of Service.
If you have any more questions you would like to ask about the documentation, don't hesitate to ask us at our Discord Server.
Most of the commands, in Attitude, allow you to input arguments while performing a command. Apart from this, you can view more information about the required and optional arguments, when performing a command, by performing the
<>- means it's required.
- means it's optional.
Do note that you should not actually include the
symbols when performing the command.
In Attitude, there are multiple ways you can mention a user when performing a command that asks you to do so, whereas:
@Attitude#4616- user mention
Attitude#4616- username with a discriminator
698073745876582482- user ID
<@698073745876582482>- user ID used to create a tag
<@!698073745876582482>- user ID used to create a tag
Warning: Unfortunately, all commands, in Attitude, will not support all the ways, above, when it comes to mentioning a user.
Moreover, there are also multiple ways you can mention a role when performing a command that asks you to do so, whereas:
@role- role mention
role- role name
811799191134797835- role ID
Warning: Using way B is not recommended because there could be multiple roles with the same name.
Furthermore, there are also multiple ways you can mention a channel when performing a command that asks you to do so, whereas:
#channel- channel mention
channel- channel name
735940794107822081- channel ID
WARNING: Using way B is not recommended because there could be multiple channels with the same name.
There are some commands that will ask you to input a time, this can be a command like the temporary mute command, and you can input the time as the following:
1s- one second
1m- one minute
1h- one hour
1d- one day
1- if no suffix is specified, the bot will default to seconds.
Lastly, kindly know that suffixes are case insensitive.
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