These commands are toggled, if you want to remove a person/group from the list, run the command again.
In order for people to manually add and remove content creators to the bot, they must be on the Approved Admin List. They can either be added by role or by individual user, see examples below on how to configure this;
||Adds an individual to admin.|
||Adds a role to administrate the bot.|
||Provides a list of the configured bot admins|
In order to run the bot effectively, you must tell it what you wish it to do. An example of this can be to announce published videos only or to greet people joining your server. Some of these settings are necessary for other areas to function such as the Allow Live/Published command.
Live & Published¶
If you fail to set either of these the bot will announce no-one.
Use the following commands to configure whether the bot should announce live and/or published content. If you choose not to enable either of these then the bot will in effect, not announce anything.
The following variables are available to use in the Live and Published messages.
%TITLE% - Name of the Stream %GAME% - Not working for YouTube %CHANNEL% - Channel Name %URL% - Full URL of the Stream
||Toggles allowing stream announces for live streamers.|
||Changes your live message for the server.|
||Toggles allowing published videos to be announced.|
||Changes your VOD message for the server.|
Greetings & Goodbyes¶
These commands allow you to enable the greeting/goodbye function of CouchBot, this will trigger when people join/leave your server.
The following variables are available to use in this location.
||Toggle allowing greetings when a member joins the server.|
||Sets the greeting channel.|
||Changes your greeting message for the server.|
||Toggle allowing goodbyes when a member leaves the server.|
||Sets the goodbye channel.|
||Changes your goodbye message for the server.|
There are a few other settings available within CouchBot to allow a more customised and cleaner setup.
The following settings change the apperance of the embed message;
||Adds an image to the bottom of the embed from the stream.|