The AFK module allows users to set an AFK status inside of your server. If a user sets an AFK status, Dyno will leave a message displaying their AFK status whenever the user is mentioned. Dyno will automatically add “[AFK]” to the beginning of your nickname whenever you set an AFK status (if it has the permissions to).
- Make sure Dyno has this permission in your server:
- To remove your AFK status, simply talk in any channel which isn’t ignored and Dyno will remove your status.
- Dyno will allow up to 30 seconds to pass before you are able to remove your AFK status. He makes sure you have time to say goodbye to your friends!
- Due to how Discord permissions work, Dyno can never change the owner’s nickname. As long as his role is above the role of any other using the command and he has the
Manage Nicknamespermission, he will change their nicknames.
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|?afk||Set an AFK status to display when you are mentioned.||?afk (status)|
|?afk set||Set an AFK status to be displayed whenever you’re mentioned, and display it in your nickname.||?afk set (status)|
|?afk ignore||Ignore the provided channel, so you can talk there without Dyno removing your AFK status.||?afk ignore [channel]|
|?afk reset||Reset the AFK status message to default for a member.||?afk reset [user]|
|?afk clear||Remove the AFK status of a member.||?afk clear [user]|
|?afk clear all||Remove the AFK status of all members. (Requires: Manage Server).||?afk clear all|
|?afk list||List all AFK statuses for the server.||?afk list (page)|
?afk clearare moderator sub commands. Only server moderators/admins may use these.
These commands will not work if the AFK module is disabled.