Set up a list of all of your server emojis and forget about it as it updates itself
Why Would You Need This?
An essential feature of Discord Emoji Servers is the conveniently created Emoji-Lists. Conventionally they are one channel dedicated to listing all of the emojis that are in one server or in some cases a multitude of servers, so users can easily copy and paste their favourite ones, look for enticing emojis to use, and more.
Pepe Manager offers exactly this, plus it gives you the freedom to set it up and forget about it as it does all of the work in the background.
If you are averse to long bouts of reading, we have created a video tutorial that should be easy to follow along:
Setting the Channel
The first thing you want to do is create a channel for your emoji list. This will be the final channel, so set it up in the way you want everyone to see it.
Next, you want to enter the following command:
Where < > implies a required parameter
p!config set emojiListChannel <Channel/ChannelID/ChannelMention>
You can set the channel by writing the name of the channel, using the channel ID or by simply mentioning the channel.
If you write an incomplete channel name the bot will look for the next closest one.
Enabling the List
Next, you will want to enable the emoji list. By default, even if you have set the emojiListChannel, it is not enabled. To enable it, enter the following command:
p!config toggle emojiList
Update the List
Finally, to get your new emoji list going, you need to manually update the emoji list. This is the only time you need to update it manually, however, you can always update the list manually later down the line:
And that's it! You've successfully created an Automatically Controlled Emoji-List with Pepe Manager!
The Emoji-List will automatically update on these events:
An Emoji is created
An Emoji is deleted
An Emoji is renamed
An Emoji is replaced (Using Pepe Manager Commands)
If you need any more assistance with Pepe Manager, check out the rest of this documentation or join our support server to talk to an actual human!
If you think you've set up the emoji-list correctly, make sure to follow these troubleshooting tips in order to fix your issue!
1. Double check the bot permissions
Go into the channel permission settings for the emoji list channel and add the highest role that Pepe Manager is assigned to, to the list if it isn't already. Then make sure that the bot has the following permissions check-marked: View channel, Send messages, Manage messages.
2. It's still not working!
If the bot still isn't sending the emoji-list into the channel, join our support server and head over to the #bot-support channel, then react with the 🆘 icon to get access to our human