Perhaps you have heard the phrase, Conversations keep connections alive. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could infuse your server with interesting questions that spark discussions and bring your community closer? One such gateway to enriching interactions on the platform that has gained huge popularity in recent times is QOTD Bot. That said, in this article, we will explain how to add and use QOTD Bot on Discord as well as some of its commands.
What Does QOTD Mean in Discord?
QOTD signifies Question of the Day. It refers to a Discord bot that automatically posts quotes, questions, and facts to help you keep your community active and engaged. Moreover, it has the ability to customize your post with a custom title, color, and description.
The bot functions in two ways. First, it asks questions to provoke thoughtful discussion among members. Then, it gives an opportunity for the channel members to express their opinions on the questions asked.
Let’s see how to add the bot to your server.
How to Add a QOTD Bot to Discord
Follow the steps mentioned below:
1. Visit the bot website for QOTD. and click on Invite at the top-right corner.
2. Under ADD TO SERVER, select the server where you want to add the bot and click on Continue.
3. Now click on Authorise to grant the QOTD bot the required permissions.
4. Verify the captcha and the bot will be successfully added to the selected Discord server.
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How to Set Up a QOTD Bot on Discord
Now that the QOTD bot has been added to your Discord server, it’s time to set it up. Follow the under-mentioned steps.
1. Open Discord and navigate to the server on which the bot was added.
2. Click on #general from the left pane.
3. Type the command /setup <channel name> on which you want the bot to be added and press Enter.
Note: As QOTD is a bot for text channels, it is usually added to the server and can be found in the #general channel.
4. Now click on Begin Setup and click on Enter Response under What title would you like to use for this channel?
5. Submit the name and follow the on-screen instructions to choose the Time zone, post frequency, and action mode of the bot.
6. Now, click on Create Deck to create a new set of question cards, or on Download QOTD Starter Deck.
7. Follow the on-screen instructions and the bot will be added to the channel and schedule the upcoming post.
Also See: How to Set Up Rules Bot on Discord
List of QOTD Bot Commands
There are numerous QOTD bot commands:
|Serial no||Bot command||Use of command|
|1||/setup||Use to run setup for a channel|
|2||/channels||Use to view all channel setups|
|3||/decks||Use to view all decks in a channel|
|4||/cards||Use to view cards in a deck|
|5||/card||Use to preview a specific card|
|6||/suggestions||Use to view suggested cards for a channel|
|7||/settings||Use to view server settings|
|8||/time_zone||Use to edit server time zone|
|9||/language||Use to edit server language|
|10||/permissions||Use to check the bot’s permissions for a channel|
|11||/schedule||Use to edit a channels post schedule|
|12||/mode||Use to edit a channels post mode|
|13||/ping||Use to edit a channels ping|
|14||/title||Use to edit a channels title|
|15||/description||Use to edit a channels description|
|16||/color||Use to edit a channels post color|
|17||/max_suggestions||Use to edit channels maximum number of suggestions per user|
|18||/move||Use to move a channels setup to a different channel|
|19||/pause||Use to pause a channel|
|20||/resume||Use to resume a channel|
|21||/skip||Use it to skip a channel’s next post|
|22||/delete||Use to delete a channel setup|
|23||/new||Use to create a new deck|
|24||/settings||Use to view a deck setting|
|25||/name||Use to edit a decks name|
|26||/priority||Use to edit a decks priority|
|27||/card_order||Use to edit a decks card order|
|28||/auto_reset||Use to edit if a deck should auto-reset or not|
|29||/move||Use to move a deck to a different channel|
|30||/order||Use to reorder a card in a deck|
|31||/enable||Use to enable a deck|
|32||/disable||Use to disable a deck|
|33||/shuffle||Use to shuffle the order of all cards in a deck|
|34||/reset||Use to reset a deck|
|35||/delete||Use to delete a deck|
|36||/add||Use to add a card to the front of the queue|
|37||/first||Use to add a card in the front of the queue|
|38||/order||Use to record a card in the queue|
|39||/remove||Use to remove a card from the queue|
|40||/approve||Use to approve a suggested card|
|41||/deny||Use to deny a suggested card|
|42||/add||Add a new card|
|43||/text||Use to edit a cards text|
|44||/image||Use to edit a cards image|
|45||/set||Use to set a card as posted or unposted|
|46||/move||Use to move a card to a different deck|
|47||/delete||Use to delete a card|
|48||/test||Use to trigger a test post|
|49||/post||Use to force a card to be posted|
|50||/download||Use to download QOTD Starter Deck|
|51||/new||Use to suggest a new card|
|52||/text||Use to edit the text of a suggested card|
|53||/image||Use to edit a suggested cards image|
|54||/info||Use to view premium information|
|55||/subscribe||Use to subscribe to the Premium|
|56||/vote||Use to vote for QOTD Bot|
|57||/info||Use to view bot info|
|58||/help||Use to find help or contact support|
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That is it! We hope this article helped you learn about the QOTD bot and how to add & use it on Discord. If you have any queries or suggestions, do leave a comment in the box below. To know about more such interesting bots, stay connected to TechCult.