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This will guide you through the process of setting up a Discord webhook. This allows for seamless communication between your application and Discord channels, making it easy to automate updates.
- 1.Create a Private Channel: To begin, create a private channel in your Discord server, or select an existing one where you want to post messages using the webhook. You can name it something relevant, such as "#quests."
- 2.Access Channel Settings: Right-click on the channel you've chosen, and select "Edit Channel" from the context menu.
- 3.Configure Webhooks: In the channel settings, navigate to the "Webhooks" tab. Here, you will be able to manage and create webhooks for the channel.
- 4.Create a New Webhook: Click the "Create Webhook" button. This action will prompt you to configure the webhook with specific details:
- Author Name: Provide a name for the webhook. This will be the displayed name when it sends messages.
- Author Image: Optionally, you can set an image/avatar for the webhook. This will be the profile picture displayed alongside the webhook's messages.
- 5.Copy Webhook URL: After configuring the webhook details, you will be presented with a webhook URL. Copy this URL to your clipboard as you will need it to send messages to the channel programmatically.
- 6.Add Webhook URL: In the 'Integrations' section of your THX Network dashboard, locate the Discord integration and find the field where you can add the webhook URL you copied earlier. Paste the URL into this field.
You're done! This method allows for seamless communication between your application and Discord channels, making it easy to automate messages and updates about quests to your server.
We've added a new feature to our Discord Bot. These screencasts demonstrate it, check them out
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