Using the groovy bot requires that you have created a voice channel on the discord server, and after you have created the channel, you can use the discord groovy bot commands directly.
How to Use Discord Groovy Bot Commands ?
Play Command – The “-play” or “-p” command allows you to play any song from the voice channel. If you type “-play Despacito” on the voice channel, the bot will automatically begin to play the song while you are inside the channel, and when you exit the channel, it will stop the music and resume when you come back on the channel again.
There are two ways to play the song: You can either play the song with the link or name. For instance, you can type “-play link” and then at the place of the link, and there are options such as adding a Youtube, Spotify, Soundcloud playlist link.
Queue Command – A playlist can be made by adding songs one after another with the “play” command. For example, if you write commands “-play Despacito” and then “-play timber”, Despacito will start playing on the voice channel, and timber will be added to the queue as the next song to be played. Using the “-q” or “-queue” command, you can see what songs are playing and what songs are in the queue.
⬐ current track
1) Luis Fonsi – Despacito ft. Daddy Yank… 4:28 left
⬑ current track
2) Pitbull – Timber ft. Ke$ha 3:35
This is the end of the queue!
List of Basic Discord Groovy Bot Commands Prefix
Join command (-join/-j) : This Command for Groovy allows it to join your voice channel.
Disconnect Command (-disconnect/-dc/-leave/-reset): Against the Join command. The disconnect command clears the songs in the queue and disconnects the bot from the voice channel.
Next command (-next/-n/-skip): Plays the next song in the queue after skipping the current one.
Previous Command (-prev/previous/-b): Opposite of Next Command. The current song will be skipped and the previous song will be played in the queue.
Pause Command (-pause): Pause the playing of music.
Resume Command (-resume/-unpause): The opposite of pause command. Resume playing music of queue earlier paused.
Clear Command (-clear): Remove all the songs that are available in the queue.
Lyrics Command (-lyrics/-ly): Shows the lyrics of the song if they are available.
Shuffle Command (-shuffle/-shuff/-shuf/-randomize/-randomise) : plays random songs from the queue.
Song Command (-song/-nowplaying/-np) : Provides information about the specific song in the queue that is currently playing.
Jump Command (-jump/-j/-goto) : Jump to the specified song in the queue and skip the current song.
For more commands – Groovy Bot Commands.
In addition to many features, Groovy Bot offers a number of commands in the premium version such as speed, pitch, volume, bass boost, audio effects, and many more.
How to remove song from queue discord groovy bot
[Groovy Bot -clear & -remove Command]
From the queue, you can remove, delete, or clear individual, multiple, or complete songs. There are various methods to do so –
1. By using the -clear command, you can delete or clear all songs in the queue.
2. You can remove a single song from the queue by using the -remove command followed by the song name or number. As you can see in the illustration, I have used the title of the song. You can remove a song from your queue by using the number that appears before the song.
3. You can also remove various songs from the queue by writing the beginning and the end song number in the queue after the -remove range command.
List of Discord Groovy Bot Commands
- Music play: -play
- Music in the queue: -queue
- Skip to the next music: -next
- Playing the previous music: -back
- Clear the entire list: -clear
- Skip to the specified track: -jump [track position or title]
- Shuffle play: -loop
- Lyrics: -lyrics [query]
- Pause: -pause
- Resume: -resume
- Deleting tracks from playlist: -remove [track position or title]
- Removing the entire list: -remove range [start], [end]
- Reset: -reset
- Random playlist: -shuffle
- For information about music: -song [song title]
- Change 24/7 mode: -24/7 (premium)
- Bass setting: -bass boot [Amount] (premium)
- Volume adjustment: -volume [number] (premium)
- Playing speed: -speed [number] (premium)
- Player pitch setting: -pitch [number] (premium)
- Night mode: -nightcore (premium)
- Turns on Vaporwave mode: -vaporwave (premium)
- Resets all sound effects: -reset effects
- Fast forward: -fast forward [Quantity]
- Rewind speed: -rewind [Quantity]
- Searching within the list: -search [word]
- Change track position: -seek [position]
- Stop: -stop
- Loads the specified saved queue into the queue: -saved queue load [name] (premium)Saves the queue with the specified name: -saved queue create [name] (premium)
- Deletes the specified saved queue: -saved queue share [name] (premium)
- Deletes the specified saved queue: -saved queue delete [name] (premium)
- Displays the bot prefix on the server: -prefix
- Changes the prefix of your server. After setting a new prefix, the bot will only respond for the new prefix: -prefix [name]
- Announcement: -announce
- Role cast : -perms [role / username]
- -perm [deny / allow / clear] [role or user], [allow]
How do I get my discord groovy bot to work?
It is possible to have issues with the Discord Groovy Bot, such as it not responding or being offline at times. If you are experiencing this issue, check the discord status page. It could be caused by a complete server outage.
Ensure that you have given the groovy bot the appropriate permissions, you can do so in the settings tab.
If you are still getting errors after applying the above steps, make sure you have not changed the default prefix for the groovy bot.