Here’s the deal, Discord is a VoIP program that can easily go up against other similar popular apps such as TeamSpeak, Skype, Zoom, etc. But, what makes this application so good is the ability to add bots to a server.
These bots are useful because they can bring all kinds of features to a server. For example, Auto-moderation can play music, server introduction, rules, announcements, and anything else you can think of.
All you have to do to add these features to your server is just pick the right bot and add it.
So, if you been wondering how to get bots on Discord, here’s a quick guide that can help you!
Pick The Bot
The first thing you will have to do is choose which bot/s you are going to add. To make this process a bit easier for yourself, you can use any online bot list website.
Or, you could even join the Discord Bots server, where you will find all the bots available, and you’ll also see what people have to say about them.
Once you have the right one in mind, it’s time to add it.
Add The Bot
In this case, we took Rythm bot as an example to show you the exact steps of what you should do. So here is how to add a music bot to Discord (or any other type of bot).
- Search for Rythm (or your bot of choice) on Google
- Visit the official website (www.rythm.fm in this case)
- Click Invite to Bot
- This will redirect you to the Discord desktop or website app and open up a prompt. On it, you will need to pick which server you want to add Rythm to.
- You will also be asked to provide the proper authorization role for it to work properly.
If you have followed these steps to the letter, you have successfully added Rythm to your server.
Keep in mind; you can rely on this guide for any other bot you want to add because the process is almost always the same. After that, you can start communicating with the bot by using the right prefix (usually with an exclamation mark), and you can start customizing. Sweet!