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Troubleshooting Slash Commands

1. Allow the bot to show slash commands in your server.

Visit and choose your server from the list, then press "Authorize".

You don't need to kick the bot in order to do this step.

2. Make sure you have enabled the "Use Application Commands" permission.

  • Go to your server's settings.
  • Go to the roles tab.
  • Choose the "@everyone" role at the bottom of the list.
  • Scroll down to the "Text Channel Permissions" section and enable the "Use Application Commands" toggle.

3. Restart your Discord app.

4. Update your Discord app to the latest version.

  • On desktop: Completely quit out of Discord by going to the taskbar, right-clicking the Discord icon, and clicking "Quit Discord".
  • On mobile: Go to the app store that you downloaded Discord with and check if there is a button to update the app.

5. Enable the setting to show slash commands on your app.

You may have disabled the setting to show rich text previews in the text box for your Discord client.

  • Go to the User Settings screen on your app.
    • On desktop: This is the gear/cog icon next to your username in the bottom-left corner.
    • On mobile: Swipe left to get to the channel/server menu, and click on your profile picture in the bottom-right.
  • Go to the "Text & Images" tab.
  • Toggle the "Use slash commands and preview emojis, mentions, and markdown syntax as you type" setting so that it is enabled.

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