over 1 year ago
exactly what I was looking for! Too bad discord don't allow to "clone" or host the same bot as many as you need. Would be great to have a few of this into our server ^^
Play a personalized message when a user joins or leaves a voice channel that this bot is in. Custom messages per user, 60+ voices.
This bot announces when a member joins the voice channel that this bot is in. You can personalize your join/leave phrase to whatever you want and the bot will speak it.
This bot can also announce when a member mutes, deafeans, or starts streaming (see the events command) down below.
bots events are announced by default.
!join, to summon the bot to your channel.
!phrase join enter a custom join phrase here
!phrase leave enter a custom leave phrase here
!sayif its being abused)
Before tools like Discord popped onto the scene we used Ventrilo to communicate. I realized Discord was missing 1 major feature we loved from Ventrilo, that of the
Channel Announcer. We would typically run Ventrilo in the background while we gamed in the foreground. When someone would join or leave a channel you were in, Ventrilo would announce that person's name, this way you could tell who it was (duh).
Discord has an in-game overlay that visually shows you who's in the channel, but, we typically disable it (in order to improve in-game performance).
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over 1 year ago
what does <type> mean? what am i soposed to do?
Replying to TeMmie07
Hi! Thank you for using my bot. I will fix this in the help documentation so it makes more sense, but, <type> is asking for either a "join" or "leave" for example: !phrase <type> is synonymous with either: - !phrase join - !phrase leave