The popularity of Discord bots has been surging among its users, thanks to their diverse range of capabilities to ease the tasks of server administrators. One such bot is the Raid-Helper bot, which helps you to seamlessly organize and manage events on the platform. Continue reading this comprehensive guide to learn how to use the Raid-Helper bot in Discord.
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How to Use Raid Helper Bot in Discord
Raid Server admins can benefit from the Raid-Helper Discord bot as it offers an easy method to plan and run events for your community. This bot simplifies the process and raises user involvement whether you’re organizing gaming raids, planning events, or setting meetups. But how can you use it? Well, you can use it for event creation, RSVP tracking, automated notifications, and much more. Let’s see how!
As with any other Discord bot, you need to add the Raid-Helper bot to your Discord server to access its functionality. To do this, just invite it to your server and give it the necessary permissions. Follow the steps given below to do the same.
1. Head on to the official page of the Raid-Helper bot (hosted by top.gg) in a browser.
2. Click on Invite.
Note: Now, you will be redirected to Discord. Make sure you are signed in with the correct account to proceed.
3. Under Add to Server, click on the drop-down menu and select the server where you want to add the bot.
4. Click on Continue.
Note: The necessary permissions that the bot requires will be automatically checked. In this step, you can uncheck the boxes next to any permission that you do not want it to have.
5. Finally, click on Authorize and complete the captcha verification process.
Also Read: How to Add and Use Yggdrasil Discord Bot
How Do I Set Up a Raid Helper Bot in Discord
Now that the bot is invited to the server, follow the steps given below to get it up and running.
1. Go to your Discord messages.
2. Open the Raid-Helper Bot chat.
3. Follow the instructions given by the bot in the chat. First, set a time zone by clicking on Timezone Setup.
4. To create an event, use the command /create.
Note: The following are some useful commands of the Raid-Helper bot.
- /create: To create a new event.
- /overview: To show all upcoming events on the server.
- /print: To print all existing events or a specific event to a CSV (Comma separated values) file.
- /reactionrole buttons: To assign people specific roles when they click a button on the message.
For more commands, visit the official documentation page of the Raid-Helper bot.
What is Raid Helper Discord?
The Raid-Helper bot is a powerful calendar bot for Discord that helps server owners and managers manage events and raids on the platform. As of now, the Raid-Helper bot is being used in about 175,204 Discord servers. The most popular niche where this bot is used is gaming and event management servers. Here is a list of functions of the bot:
- Creating events (both one-time and recurring).
- Displaying planned events to all Discord members.
- Allowing members to register for an event (RSVP).
- Create polls to gather members’ opinions about a certain matter.
- Manages time zones which is especially useful when the server has people from different time zones.
- Creating reminders.
- Archiving, logging, and supporting multi-language.
The bot has a free version as well as a premium version. The premium version offers members to access custom templates, which can be used to customize an event’s registration options. On the contrary, the free version sets up a template with default sign-in options after getting answers to some questions from you. The following are a few notable features of Raid-Helper premium.
- Automatically archiving events.
- Sending user-specific and customized reminders of an event.
- Customizing templates and sign-up options for an event.
- Creating an overview of all planned events in your server updated real-time.
We hope that this guide has helped you learn how to use the Raid-Helper bot in Discord. Don’t forget to check out the list of Raid helper commands used to create and manage events in a server. Keep visiting our site for more cool tips, tricks, and information. Also, leave your valuable suggestions in the comments section below.