How to Use ServerStats in Discord? [Step-by-Step]

Getting started with ServerStats Bot in Discord

Discord is a VoIP and chat app for gamers that allows gamers to connect with each other for gaming purposes. It’s a great platform for voice and text chat for gamers of all levels of experience, from the casual player who just wants to chat with friends during their next game, to the hardcore competitive player who wants to organize and manage their gaming sessions. Discord also has awesome features like server and client voice chat, rich media voice and video support, and dynamic server roles that give you more control over who can join your game and when.

But one of the best things about Discord is the bots. Bots are little programs that can do all sorts of things in Discord, from playing music to keeping track of your server stats. There are all sorts of bots available for Discord, and new ones are being created all the time.

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One of the most popular and useful bots for Discord is the ServerStats bot. This bot allows you to keep track of all the important stats for your Discord server, like the number of members, the number of online members, the number of channels, and more. You can also use the ServerStats bot to create custom leaderboards for your server, which is a great way to encourage competition and activity. The ServerStats bot is free to use, and it’s easy to set up. Just invite the bot to your server and give it the necessary permissions.

 

How to Invite and Use ServerStats in Discord?

The easiest way to explain these steps is to invite the bot and to run certain commands as long as it has the right permissions. The bot will automatically create the category and channels that it will use.

Here are the step by step guide on how to invite and use ServerStats in Discord.

 

Step 1. Open your Discord app in browser

You have to open your Discord account in your browser since you need to invite the bot in your server.

 

Step 2.  Visit Tickets Bot Official Website

You can either search on Google to look for the official website or use this link ServerStats Bot website.

How to Use ServerStats in Discord? [Step-by-Step]

 

Step 3. Invite ServerStats Bot to your Server

After visiting the bot's official website. You will see two buttons, "Invite Bot" and "Get Support". Since you first need to invite the bot on your server, click on "Invite Bot".

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How to Use ServerStats in Discord? [Step-by-Step]

 

Step 4. Selecting your Server

After inviting the bot, you will be then redirected to this page asking you to add the bot on the server of your choice. In this instance, I will be adding the ServerStats bot to my test server, GoLinuxCloud Test Server.

How to Use ServerStats in Discord? [Step-by-Step]

After selecting the server of your choice, click "Continue".

 

Step 5. Authorizing Tickets Bot to your Server

The bot will ask you permissions to access the server. You don't have to worry because you can change these permissions later.

How to Use ServerStats in Discord? [Step-by-Step]

Scroll down and click "Authorize". This will make the bot receive all the permissions that they asked you to confirm.

 

Step 6. Completing the Captcha Challenge

After authorizing the bot, you now need to complete a captcha challenge to prove that you're not a bot. Put a check on the box and you're good to go. You will be prompted that you can close or refresh the tab now.

How to Use ServerStats in Discord? [Step-by-Step]

 

Step 7. ServerStats Bot Successfully Invited

You will then be redirected back to the website and you will see a prompt saying "Thank you for adding Server Stats"

How to Use ServerStats in Discord? [Step-by-Step]

You have now successfully invited the bot to your Discord server. The next steps are for setting up the statistics category and channel.

 

Step 8. Back to the Server

Go back to the server that you invited the ServerStats Bot in. You have to run the setup command which is /setup.

How to Use ServerStats in Discord? [Step-by-Step]

Then you'll have to select which type of channel you want the bot to create as the counter's channel. I would personally recommend voice channel since these channels should be read-only and you cannot send messages in voice channels.

 

Step 9. Server’s Stats Set up success

After choosing the channel and hitting enter, the bot will not initiate building the category and the channel. After that, the bot will send a message that the set up has been completed.

How to Use ServerStats in Discord? [Step-by-Step]

 

On the top left side of the application, you will see a ServerStats category with all the basic counters offered by the bot.

How to Use ServerStats in Discord? [Step-by-Step]

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You can add more by running commands such as /counter.

And there you have it. You can already check your server's stats.

 

List of All Commands

  • help Send all the commands if you don't put a command after it else it will if info about the command.
  • ping Sends a pong message with latency.
  • invite Sends an invite link for the bot.
  • vote Sends instructions on how to vote for the bot.
  • donate Sends instructions on how to donate.
  • support Sends info about how to get help.
  • partners Sends info about our partners.
  • customize This command will send instruction of how to change the text of the counter, It also tells you how to turn counters on or off.
  • setup This command will set up the bot and create all the default counters that the bot has.
  • reset This command will reset the current active counter and create all the default counters that the bot has.
  • counter With this command you can create counters.
  • data This command will show you all the permanent save data from your server.
  • category This command will create a category and place all the active counters under it.
  • prefixWith this command, you can change the default prefix that the bot uses in your server (mentioning the bot will always work and can't be changed).
  • permission With this command, you can change the permissions needed to use the admin commands on your server.
  • welcome With this command you can create a welcome channel, this will send join and leave embeds.
  • goal With this command you can create a goal counter, this will create a channel and send a messages when you hit a goal.
  • bot This command will send information about the bot.
  • serverinfo This command will send server information from the server where the command is sent in, so you can't see information from another server even if the bot is in it.
  • userinfo This command will send user information from the user that you have provided, you can only see user information if the user is in your server.
  • roleinfo This command will send role information from the role that you have provided.
  • channelinfo This command will send channel information from the channel that you have provided.
  • inviteinfo This command will send channel information from the invite link that you have provided.
  • emoji This command will send information from the emoji that you have provided.
  • avatar This command will send the avatar from the user that you have provided, you can't see users from other servers.
  • check This will check if the bot has the right permissions in the server and counter channels (It won't check the role channels and log channel).

 

Summary

If you're looking for a Discord bot that can provide detailed server statistics, look no further than ServerStats. This helpful bot can give you information on things like server activity, user activity, and more, all in an easy to read format. Plus, it's free to use! This bot is free to use, and it’s easy to set up. Just invite the bot to your server and give it the necessary permissions. This bot is a great way to keep track of your server’s activity and stats, and it’s also a lot of fun. If you’re looking for a bot that can help you manage your Discord server, or just want a bot that’s fun to use, the ServerStats bot is a great choice.

 

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