Discord Integration

It is possible to have Discord messages received by the BotManager. To do this, you have to create a webhook and provide that url in BotManager.

This feature is currently only used by the Automation and Margin Watch Add-Ons. Both Add-Ons can send automatic status notifications. See here for Margin Watch and here for Automation.

Step by Step Guide

In this tutorial, you will configure your own Discord server, create a Discord webhook, configure BotManager, and test notifications from your BotManager to your Discord channel.


Step 1 - Setting Up Your Discord Webhook

Once you have opened your Discord account you can create your own private Discord server.

First, log in to your Discord account in your browser or launch your Discord app and click on the Create a server button.

Then pick a name for your server and click on the Create a server button.

Next, you will configure your Discord webhook. The webhooks are unique URLs that you can use to link services together. Discord’s webhooks allow you to automate your messages and send data updates to your Discord text channels.

To create a webhook you have to first click on your channel and then click on the Edit Channel button right next to your channel’s name.

Then click on the Webhooks tab and click the Create Webhook button.

After that, pick a name for your webhook. You can simply use BotManager for that.

Copy your webhook URL and save it for later. Finally, click the Save button.

You now have your Discord account, server, and webhook. You can now move on to BotManager.

Step 2 - Configure BotManager to use Discord

Click on the Button Discord & Telegram Intergration

Paste the webhook URL in the text field and click on Apply.

BotManager will now send Notifications to this URL and Discord will make sure that you get those messages on your channel.

Click on the Test Button to receive a Test Message from BotManager in your Discord channel.

Step 3 - Turn on Notifications

See here for Margin Watch and here for Automation.

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