Auto-Responder
The Auto-Responder module is a module that allows you to set keywords that will trigger a response. This can be anything from a simple "hello" to a sentence like "this is a command trigger". Follow the steps written below the video or watch the video for a tutorial.

Adding Triggers

To add a trigger to the module, head over to the Auto-Responder module and click the button that says Add Autoresponder Message.
You can also add a ping Auto-Responder. To set this up just go to your dashboard and set the trigger as <@userID> or if it is a role <@&roleID>.

Trigger Type

You need to set a trigger type for how the bot will respond, this can be:
Trigger Type
Description
Example
Text
Message starts with the trigger
This means that the user message started with the trigger.
Trigger:
"Help"
User Message:
"Help me please"
If the user said "I need help" the bot would not respond with this trigger.
Message is EXACTLY the trigger
This means that the user said the Exact Trigger.
Trigger:
"Hello"
User Message:
"Hello"
If the user said "Hello there" the bot would not respond with this trigger.
Message INCLUDES the trigger
This means that the user has said the trigger somewhere within their message.
Trigger:
"BotGhost"
User Message:
"Botghost is cool"
As long as the user has the trigger in their message the bot will respond.

Reply Type

Just like our Custom Commands Module these have 2 reply types, embed and plain text.
Embed: An advanced embedded message that has; Title, Images, Content, Color, and Link
Plain Text: A simple text response

Reply Content

This is where you can put what the bot responds with. You can add embed with images, or just a plain text response.
As you can see above I set the message to embed response and added an Image and footer.
This is what it'll look like in the server.

Edit & Add responses from your server!

With the release of Auto-Response, we have also added the ability to edit your plain text
Auto-Responses from within your server!
Here is a list of slash commands you can access
Command
Options
Description
/autoresponse add
[type] [trigger] [response]
Add a new plain text response. (Not yet supported wirth Embed reply)
/autoresponse edit
[id] [content]
Edit a Plain Text response with the corresponding ID.
/autorespond delete
[id]
Delete a response with the corresponding ID
/autoresponse list
-
Get a list and IDs of all your Auto-Responses
You can Edit this command from your Dashboard. You can also Enable or Disable it, Set a cooldown, and set permissions.
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