A fantastic music bot is Groovy. Spotify, SoundCloud, and YouTube are all supported. You can queue up songs, shuffle them, search, display lyrics, and do a lot more with it. Even song speed, pitch, and bass boost can be altered.
Also, users can switch between fascinating sound filters like nightcore, vaporwave, etc. Simply type in the name of the artist, album, or song you wish to listen to to start using it. You can create playlists and add songs to them using Groovy.
You can control Groovy using more than 100 distinct simple commands. Groovybot features include the ability to play, pause, queue resume, go back, next, jump, shuffle, and clear, among other things, all on yourDiscord Server.
So where do you begin?
How To Add Groovy To Discord
visiting the website
Find the “add to Discord” button on the main website. Toggle it.
Enter your Discord login information. All you need to do to use this additional option is register. You can easily register here by entering your email credentials. You can sign in after you’re finished.
You will be prompted to confirm your desire to utilise the Groovy bot after choosing your selections. You will see the following message if you select yes:
The Groovy Bot is now accessible to you. Do you want to go on? (y/n)
If you choose yes, you will then be asked to enter your password and confirm that you want to move on.
Choose the Discord server you wish to add the bot to.
A list of options will be displayed to you after logging in. Choose each action you want to give GrovyBot the authority to take. For instance, if you decide to give GroovyBot access to your location, a window will appear asking if you want to give GroovyBot this permission.
If you choose yes, GroovyBot will be able to use your current location. Press OK once you’ve finished choosing your choices.
The Authorize button should be clicked. You now have Groovybot on your Discord server. The Groovybot message confirming the status will be shown to you.
In order to utilise the Groovybot, you must first create a voice channel on the Discord server. If you already have one, you can use the Groovybot’s direct command.
You create a voice channel by clicking the Plus button on another tab, which opens the dashboard for creating channels. Click on the voice channel after choosing it to create your channel.
- Play command to start a new song.
- file size to specify a specific size of the file you want to play.
- play command to add songs to the queue.
- Queue command to view the current queue.
- Next command to skip to the next song in the queue.
- Previous command to skip to the previous song in the queue.
- Clear command -removes all songs from the queue.
- Jump command to jump directly to the specified song.
You’re finished! You may now execute Groovy commands.
Groovy’s Expulsion From Discord
To do this, go to your discord server and click in the top left corner of the screen to bring up the menu. Then, choose the server from which you want to expel the bot.
Scroll down until you find the bot you want to kick after choosing the server. Kick the bot by clicking on its name or emblem. The bot will be taken off the server as a result.