Discord Chat, Text and Bot Commands on Your Mac 2019: If you are gamer then you probably don’t need any introduction about discord. You must have been in discord community for a while if you are a gamer. For those who don’t know anything about discord then let me tell you that discord is just a text messaging application like skype. However it is much better for gamer.
In this blog, we will be showing you some of the best commands in terms of chat, text and bot commands. you can install this software on windows, linux or mac. It is available on every platform. If you don’t want to install the software then also you can easily use it via browser.
Now lets see some of the text, chat and bot commands.
Discord Chat, Text and Bot Commands on Your Mac 2019: Now we will see some of the basic commands which will help you to style down your text in the discord community.
- Italics: Wrapping your text in a single asterisk will italic it. Example: *italic text goes here*
- Bold: Wrapping your text in two asterisks will bold it. For example: **bolded text goes here**
- Bold Italics: Wrapping your text in three asterisks will italicize and bold it. ***italicized and bolded text goes here***
Strikethrough:Wrapping your text with two tildes (~~) will strike it through. Example: ~~strikethrough text goes here~~
- Single code block: Wrapping your text in a single backtick (‘) to your text will create an inline code block. This won’t take up a line on their own, and can’t be styled.
- Code block: Wrapping your text in three backticks (‘’’) will create a code block. This will create a full code block that can be styled.
- Spoiler: Wrapping your text in two vertical bars will mark it as a spoiler. This means it will be hidden until a user clicks or taps on it.
Discord Chat, Text and Bot Commands on Your Mac 2019: Now as we are done with the text command which will make your text prettier. Now lets look some of the chat commands.
- You can add emoji reactions to the previous message in a Discord chat using this command: +:emojiname:. For example, using +:smile: will add a smile reaction.
- If you’re using Discord on Mac or desktop, you can easily edit your last message by simply hitting the Up arrow on your keyboard.
- You can quickly fix typos and grammatical errors with s/text/replace. For example, if you wrote “appel” instead of “apple,” you simply type s/appel/apple.
- If you’d rather use Unicode emojis instead of Discord emojis, you can simply add \. For example \:smiley: will add the Unicode version of that emoji.
- You can get the ID of any item mentioned in a chat by adding a couple of characters. Typing \@user will get a user’s ID, while \@role will get a role ID, and \#channel will get a channel ID.
Discord Chat, Text and Bot Commands on Your Mac 2019: These are the commands which will be activated after you use / commands.
- /tableflip: This command will paste this emoji, ╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻, into the chat.
- /unflip: This command will paste this emoji, ┬─┬ ノ( ゜-゜ノ), into the chat.
- /shrug: This command will paste this emoji, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯, into the chat.
- /nick <insert new nickname>: This will change your display name on the server to whatever you input. You’ll need nickname change permissions, however.
- /me <insert message here>: This will output italicized text. It works exactly the same as wrapping text in single asterisks.
- /giphy or /tenor: This will search for animated GIFs that appear just above your chat box. Just select the one you want to use. The /giphy command will search Giphy, will /tenor will search Tenor.
- /tts: This will have a text-to-speech reader “speak” your text outline. Keep in mind that this feature is disabled on many Discord servers.
Discord Chat, Text and Bot Commands on Your Mac 2019: Now is the time for using some bot commands.
- ?announce [channel] [message]: This will have the bot make an announcement.
- ?weather [location]: This will have Dyno output the weather forecast for a specific location.
- ?ban [user] [limit] [reason]: This commands Dyno to ban a user. You can also input a specific time limit and a reason.
- ?mute [user] [minutes] [reason]: This will mute a user so that they can’t speak. You can also input the amount of time and the reason. You’ll be able to reverse it with the ?unmute command.
- ?quote: This will have Dyno output a random quote.
- ?addrole [name] [hex color] [hoist]: This will add a new role with optional color and hoist options.
- ?emotes: This will output a list of emojis installed on the server.
- ?membercount: This will output the number of members on a server.
- ?google [search string]: This will have the Dyno bot perform a Google search and output a link to the first result. Think of it like Discord’s version of “I’m Feeling Lucky.”
Bots, essentially, are automated “users” that can streamline and perform various functions.
We hope that you like this article as it will help you to perform some cool action on the discord community.