general/nonspecific embed

embeds aren't limited to things such as rules or welcome messages, they can be used for anything!

✎ step one

  • create the embed by using /embed create name:general_embed

  • you can name the embed anything you'd like, however we strongly recommend naming it something simple and easy to remember.

✎ step two

  • let's start to edit the embed to our liking!

  • remember : you can either outright use these edit commands, or use the buttons + modals from creating your embed to have an interactive text form.

you can edit any part of the embed to whatever you'd like! you can customize it to whatever you'd like to fit your server. this guide just goes through creating a common general embed.

  • editing the author: /embed edit author embed:general_embed text:{server_name} icon:{server_icon}

  • want something else for the author? just replace {server_name} & {server_icon} with whatever text/ image you'd like.

  • note: if you'd like an image in your author, its link must be in the icon: section of the command

  • editing the title: /embed edit title embed:general_embed title:learn about our server!

  • is this embed for something else? just replace learn about our server with whatever text you'd like c:

  • editing the description: /embed edit description embed:general_embed description:let's get comfy at {server_name} c:

    > owned by: {server_owner}

    > created on: {server_createdate}

  • is this embed for something else? just replace all the text after general_embed with whatever description text you desire.

Discord on PC/Desktop/select devices do not allow new lines in slash commands. If you're looking to have new lines/better spacing in your embed, we recommend either going through the text modal OR using the {newline} variable in place of where you want a new line to start.

  • editing the color: /embed edit color embed:general_embed color:#607D3B

  • feel free to replace the hexcode at the end with any other hex code you'd like. if you need to find a hex code, click here

  • editing the footer: /embed edit footer embed:general_embed text:thanks for learning with me!

  • adding a timestamp: /embed edit timestamp embed:general_embed timestamp:True

  • . . . and we're done! we've created a general embed for our server.

  • we can either preview it in a channel using /embed show embed:general_embed or create an autoresponder for it.

premium servers are able to use /embed show webhook:option, which sends the embed as a webhook instead.

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