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Message Templates User Interface description

This is how Message Template user interface looks like:


Message Template User Interface
1 Switch between message template mode: Text and Embed
2-5 Formatting the text inside the message template as bold, italic, underlined and link respectively. To use it select the desired part of the text in the message template and click the formatting button
6 Insert role mention
7 Insert channel mention
8 Insert most used template variables
9 Insert timestamp
10 Insert Emoji. You can choose standard or server emojis if you want to use them in your message (server emojis are at the bottom of the list)
11 Message Templates Documentation
12 Preview resulting message. You can check how the message will look on the Discord
13 Select target channel to send this message template. If it is not specified, message will be sent to the default channel where the command invoked or event happened
14 Message content. You can use template variables as well as advanced template engine features
15 Full Screen mode switcher
16 Allows you to enable the Text-to-Speech of the message by a special hamster robot
17 The number of seconds after which the message will be deleted (0 means it will not be deleted)

Text Mode#

In this mode compiled message template will be sent to the channel as simple text just like you do it while chatting.

Embed Mode#

In this mode compiled message template will be sent as Embed message. Its basic interface is almost the same as text mode added the embed description content and embed-related settings:


Embed Settings Interface

The embed color is the color of the border line on the left of the embed. Everything else can be seen in the screenshot below, where all the settings are self-explanatory:


Embed message example

The "Author" and "Title" fields can contain a link, which can be specified in the "Author Url" and "Title Url" settings of the embed, respectively.

If you want to use images in embed, the links to these images must be direct. For example:

If you want to embed a link in the text inside the embed template, you can do this by writing: [text](link) or just use link insert button.

Inline fields — these are fields that are inlined into the same row if possible.

You can use template variables inside any embed values. For example, if you want to replace the author's icon with the avatar of the member, insert {{ member.nickname }} in "Author" field and {{ member.avatarUrl }} in "Avatar Url" field.