Counters

Create/edit a counter

Counters are placed by writting them in a channel name or topic, if something is between two curly braces ({}), Member Counter will considere it a counter, and it will update it in the next 30 seconds

You can place counters in one of the following places:

  • In a voice channel name

  • In a category channel name

  • In a text channel topic

  • In a news channel topic

For this example we are gonna use {members}, which counts the total amount of members in your discord server, you will find out more counters below

Create a new channel, or/and edit it, and write {members} in the name or topic, and click 'save changes'

Then, wait at least 15 seconds, and Member Counter will update it:

You can also add multiple counters in one name/topic, and combine them with your own content, here is a example:

If you reach the character limit when you are editing a name/topic, please check mc!help editChannel

You can see the current counter configurations with mc!seeSettings, this is useful to add more counters without disabling the previous ones

Remove a counter

Edit the channel and write {disable} in the name/topic, Member Counter will replace it to a ✅, that means that you removed all the counters of that channel successfully

You can also delete the channel directly

List of counters

Counter

What counts?

Premium

{members}

The total amount of members in the server

No

{users}

How many users are in the server, it excludes the bots

Yes

{bots}

How many bots are in the server, it excludes the users

Yes

{channels}

How many channels has the server

No

{roles}

How many roles has the server

No

{connectedmembers}

How many members are connected in all the voice channels in the server

Yes

{connectedMembers:channelID}

Like {connectedMembers}, but the bot will count only the connected members in the specified channels, write the channel IDs you wanna count after the :, and separate the channel IDs with commas ,

Yes

{bannedmembers}

How many members are banned

No

{onlinemembers}

How many members are online

Yes

{onlineusers}

How many users are online

Yes

{onlinebots}

How many bots are online

Yes

{offlinemembers}

How many members are offline

Yes

{offlineusers}

How many users are offline

Yes

{offlinebots}

How many bots are offline

Yes

{membersWithRole:roleID}

This counts how much members has a role or roles, write the roles IDs you wanna count after the :, and separate the role IDs with commas ,

Yes

{onlineMembersWithRole:roleID}

Like {membersWithRole:} but only counts those members online

Yes

{offlineMembersWithRole:roleID}

Like {membersWithRole:} but only counts those members offline

Yes

{http:url}

1This will display the returned amount given by the response to the specified resource, the bot will perform a GET request and the server must reply with the status code 200 and the content-type: text/plain Example: {http:https://member-counter.eduardozgz.com/api/donation/count}

No

{youtubeSubscribers:channelUrl}

Displays the youtube channel subscribers, replace channelUrl with the desired channel url

Yes

{youtubeViews:channelUrl}

Displays the youtube channel views

Yes

{twitchFollowers:channelName}

Displays the twitch channel followers, replace channelName with the desired channel name

Yes

{twitchViews:channelName}

Displays the twitch channel views

Yes

{minecraft:address}

Minecraft

No

{source:address}

Any Source™ based game or a game that uses the A2S protocol for querying stats (Counter Strike, Rust, Ark, Team Fortress 2, GMOD, etc)

No

{gtasa-mta:address}

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Multi Theft Auto)

No

{gtasa-mp:address}

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (SA-MP)

No

{gta5-fivem:address}

Grand Theft Auto 5 (FiveM)

No