When a user leaves the server, the command is triggered.
$onLeave[channelID] is a callback, which means it's used in the command trigger (not the code). The command is ran when a user leaves the server. You must replace 'channelID' with a valid channel ID.
Make the command trigger
Input your code/reply text.
🧙♂️ You can use functions like
Now, you have a leave message! ✨
Not Working? Check out the Troubleshooting section.
You must have at least version
1.17.9of the app.
Go to Discord Developer Portal and select your bot. Then, click on bot's tab and enable Member Intents.
Open BDFD app and select your bot. Go to bot settings and enable Member Intents.
📝 Enabled intents in the app should reflect the intents enabled in the Discord Developer Portal.
For example: If you have
members intentenabled in the Discord Developer Portal then you should respectively enable them in the app (unless you don't want to use them at all).
$onLeave[channelID]is written in the 'command trigger' field and not in the code.
Make sure your bot has
SEND_MESSAGESpermission in the channel provided in
$onLeave, and that you inputted a valid channel ID.
Also, make sure you don't have more than 1
Both free and premium users can use
$onLeave, and all users can put
$onLeave. However, non-premium users can not use
$getServerVar outside of callbacks.
If you own a public bot and want to make it so multiple different servers can use
$onLeave (e.g. set their own leave message channel), follow these steps:
Make a variable named "
leave" and the value set to nothing.
Make a command for setting the leave channel, then put the following in your code:
$nomention $onlyAdmin[You need the admin permission to use that!] $argsCheck[>1;Please mention a channel!] Leave channel updated! $setServerVar[leave;$mentionedChannels]
📝 Servers will need to setup the channel they want the leave message to send to (by running a command with the code above).
$onLeave[channelID]in your leave command trigger, with
$onLeave[$getServerVar[leave]]and you're all set!