Q
What is Servant?
A
Servant is a bot for Discord, a VoIP application. She will help you to improve your Discord server by organizing and moderating channels, roles and members and by entertaining your members.
Q
Why should I use Servant?
A
Servant is designed to satisfy all your needs for you Discord server. I personally don't like to have a ton of bots on my server, so I decided to create one, that can do almost everything. While doing this, it was very important to me, that each feature is high quality as many multipurpose Discord bots have many but poorly designed features.
Q
How to get started?
A
  1. Invite Servant
  2. Setup Servant in the Dashboard
  3. Commands can be found in the Help section and plugins can be found in the Dashboard.
Q
How to report a bug / request a feature / ask a question?
A
Feel free to join the support server.
Please use the correct text channel for your issue.
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How to change the prefix?
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The prefix can be changed in the Dashboard.
Make sure to change the prefix in the dashboard of your server. The personal prefix only applies in DM's.
Q
Do I have to use the braces < and > or [ and ] in any command?
A
No, they just mark placeholders.
For example !clear [1 - 100] becomes !clear 50.
Q
How to enable the leveling system?
A
Dashboard > Your Server > Moderation > Toggle Level on
Q
How to toggle anything on or off?
A
In the Dashboard you can toggle commands, plugins and whole categories.
Q
Why is XY not working?
A
  1. Check if the category and the command/plugin is toggled on.
  2. Check Servant's permissions on your server and in the current text channel.
  3. Move the bot role higher in hierarchy.
Q
What does "Invalid argument" or "Invalid mention" mean?
A
Arguments are what you provide after the command. E.g. for !clear 50 "50" is an argument.
Mentions are also knows as pings, e.g. @Servant.
If it was invalid, you e.g. provided @everyone when a user mention was needed.
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What are time, winner and participant arguments?
A
These arguments show Servant when a command should end, how many winners a giveway can have or how many participants are allowed to signup.

Valid arguments are:
- Days: days, day, d
- Hours: hours, hour, h
- Minutes: minutes, minute, min, m
- Winners (Giveaway): winners, winner, w
- Participants (Signup): participants, participant, p

For example !giveaway 1w 2 day " a prize" 1 winner 1 h our is a completely valid command.
The result would be: 1w + 1 winner = 2 winners and 2 day + 1 h our = in 2 days, 1 hour.
Spaces will be ignored, thats why h our indeed does work.
Also it doesn't matter if the arguments are before the "a prize" or after... or both.

Of course, that command looks messy. Fancier would be: !giveaway "a prize" 2w 2d 1h which technically is exactly the same.