Understanding how to use commands
Do not literally type out < > [ ] | ...
These are just to display information about the arguments.
Some examples of these in use would be:
then both of these will execute the command.
To use the Rock, Paper, Scissors command you would type this:
Understanding command arguments
If you see a command with an argument ending with
... this means that this one argument will accept multiple of the same type of argument one after another. Let's use this kick command for example.
!kick <members>... <reason>
If you want to kick more than one user for the same reason then you would type it like this.
!kick @someone @someoneelse They were annoying me
For this command, you could also use the users' IDs if you don't wish to mention the users. If you are not sure how to get a users ID please check out this article on Where can I find my User/Server/Message ID. For example:
!kick 123456789 987654321
An argument wrapped with
] just means that the argument is optional. For example with the
Global required permissions¶
Friday requires some permissions for all commands. These include:
How to commands¶
The default prefix for Friday's commands is
!, and for commands to execute every command needs this prefix or the custom prefix that you can set with the prefix command.
Friday also supports slash commands. To use these commands, go to any text channel and start typing
/, you should be greeted with a list of commands from bots and built-in commands.