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What are slash commands and how do they work?

Recently, Miki implemented slash commands, which is a new Discord feature for bots. Instead of using > before a command, you use /, and you'll get additional information about the command and its options! However, slash commands must be enabled in your server. To do this, go to Roles, select @everyone and make sure to enable the Use Slash Commands permission. You might also need to give this permission to Miki itself. If slash commands still don't work in your server, try kicking Miki and adding her back in.

Is there a way to see all of Miki's commands?

Type /help to see a list of command modules. Type /help <command or category> for specific command tips. Also, you can use this Wiki, though it might be slightly outdated.

What are mekos?

Mekos are a form of currency for Miki. You can gain mekos by typing /daily and when your guild is beating its rival, you can use /weekly. Another source of mekos is from people giving them to you by typing /give <User> <number>. You can buy marriage slots with mekos by doing /marriage buyslot and saying yes to confirm. Also, you can gamble mekos with /slots, /flip, /rps and /blackjack.

How can I turn off level up notifications?

Use the following command: /setnotifications levelups setting:Disabled apply-to-all-channels:True
However, we recommend that you use /notificationchannel instead to set a specific channel for these notifications. Then, you may forbid Miki from sending messages in that channel if you like.

How do I make Miki mention people in greetings?

Just use -um as a placeholder in your greeting message to mention the user when they join. Example: /eventmessage welcome set message:-um, welcome to the server! will yield @User, welcome to the server!.

What are the achievements and how do I get them?

Achievements are given to the user when they accomplish a certain task such as using a specific command. You can find the list of achievements in the Achievements module tab of the wiki.

How do I gain experience and levels?

When a user sends a message, Miki grants experience based on a few factors. If the message is sent swiftly after another, Miki won't grant any experience. (No spamming, m'kay?)

How do you disable a command?

In order to either disable or give access to a command, you need to go into your Server Settings → Integrations → Miki and choose a command.
Make sure to update your desktop client in order to see this menu.

Miki isn't responding, what can I do?

There are many possible reasons why Miki isn't "responding":

  • Check if Miki has Send Messages, Read Messages and Embed Links permissions for the channel.
    • Note that channel permissions override (have priority over) role permissions.
  • The prefix may have been changed and you can check by doing miki.prefix which will reveal Miki's current prefix.
    • miki. is Miki's hidden unchangeable prefix in case you forget your prefix.
  • If these options don't work, it is recommended you go and ask in our Discord support server.

How do I divorce someone when they're not in my server anymore?

Type /divorce user: to divorce a specific user. If the person you're looking for is no longer in the same server, you can first do /divorce to see the position of everyone that is married to you, then type /divorce number: and the position of who you want to divorce.

The name on my profile isn't the same as my username; what do I do?

Use the /syncname to update your username to the database.

Why are the NSFW commands not working?

First, NSFW commands only work on NSFW channels. A channel can be configured to be NSFW in its channel settings.
Then, an administrator must enable NSFW commands by going into Server Settings → Integrations → Miki → /nsfw, and choosing a channel or role that has access to it (@everyone won't work). See the image for an example. (Make sure to update your desktop client in order to see the integrations menu)
nsfw example
After this is done, the /nsfw command should appear. You will then also be able to use the non-slash version, for example >nsfw gelbooru
For now, Discord requires us to place these limitations to protect our users.

xRappy

Wed Jul 01 2020

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