NFTs
Get NFT collection, item and market information

Default Collection

You can create a default collection for all commands to be based on. Users will no longer be required to provide a collection slug when using these commands. The user will have to manually add a slug if this section is left blank. The command will only be able to check NFTs from the selected slug if it is filled out.

What exactly is a "slug"?

The term "slug" is used to describe a collection of NFTs. For example, if we wanted to find a "Bored Ape Yacht Club" NFT, we would use the slug "boredapeyachtclub." The slug can always be found at the end of the search bar on https://opensea.io/ in the selected collection.
You can find the slug at the end of the collection link.

Command Trigger

Like any other module, you can adjust the command trigger. The default /opensea trigger will be replaced with the provided trigger. Everything will function normally, with the exception of the trigger. Ensure to not leave the section blank to prevent issues.

Item IDs

You can get the NFT item ID from the description of the NFT. In some cases, the ID will be in the NFT name. If not, you can scroll down until you find "Details." You can then copy the "Token ID" and use it in the command. Note that this information is related towards https://opensea.io/. It may be different on other sites.
The highlighted "3368" is the NFT ID.

Subcommands

/opensea item - With this command, you can look up any NFT for its details. You will need to fill in the "slug" option (if not already presetted in the dashboard) and the item ID.
/opensea floor - This command returns the floor price information for the selected collections (slug). This is the current value of the collection.
/opensea collection - This commands allows you to view the description and information of the inputted slug.