How to use the bot
Learn how to use the counters

Create/edit a counter

Counters are placed by writing them in a channel name or topic, if something is between two curly braces ({}), Member Counter will consider it a counter, and it will update it in the next 10 minutes (5 minutes for premium)
You can place counters in one of the following places:
  • In a voice channel name
  • In a category channel name
  • In a text channel topic
  • In a news channel topic
For this example we are gonna use {members}, which counts the total amount of members in your discord server, you will find more counters below
Create a new channel, or/and edit it, and write {members} in the name or topic, and click "save changes"
Then, wait up to 10 minutes, and Member Counter will update it:
You can also add multiple counters in one name/topic, and combine them with your own content, here is a example:
If you reach the character limit when you are editing a name/topic, please check mc!help editChannel
You can see the current counter configurations with mc!seeSettings, this is useful to copy/paste and add more counters without disabling the previous ones

Remove a counter

Edit the channel and write {disable} in the name/topic, Member Counter will replace it to a ✅, that means that you removed all the counters of that channel successfully
You can also delete the channel directly

List of counters

Counter
What does it show?
Premium
{members}
The total amount of members in the server
{approximatedOnlineMembers}
Approximated online members in your server
{users}
How many users are in the server, it excludes the bots
{bots}
How many bots are in the server, it excludes the users
{channels}
How many channels has the server
{roles}
How many roles has the server
{connectedMembers}
How many members are connected in all the voice channels in the server
{connectedMembers:channelID}
Like {connectedMembers}, but the bot will count only the connected members in the specified channels, write the channel IDs you wanna count after the :, and separate the channel IDs with commas ,
{bannedMembers}
How many members are banned
{onlineMembers}
How many members are online
{onlineUsers}
How many users are online
{onlineBots}
How many bots are online
{offlineMembers}
How many members are offline
{offlineUsers}
How many users are offline
{offlineBots}
How many bots are offline
{membersWithRole:roleID}
This counts how much members has a role or roles, write the roles IDs you wanna count after the :, and separate the role IDs with commas ,
{onlineMembersWithRole:roleID}
Like {membersWithRole:} but only counts those members online
{offlineMembersWithRole:roleID}
Like {membersWithRole:} but only counts those members offline
{membersPlaying:gameName}
Counts the amount of members playing inputed game (gameName must match what is displayed on member's game status) Example: {membersPlaying:Minecraft}
{http:options}
Shows the result returned by a http GET request. You can setup the options here, or create it manually: options is a JSON object encoded in base64 (you can use mc!base64 command to archieve this), this object can have the following keys: url: A string; with the url of the resource, parseNumber: A boolean; if the result is a valid number, it will be parsed and customized according to your server's settings, dataPath: A string; if the response is a JSON object, you must specify the path to a key with a value that must be a string or number, the syntax of this path is similar to the syntax that JS uses to access properties and array items.
{youtubeSubscribers:channelUrl}
Displays a youtube channel subscriber count, replace channelUrl with the desired channel url
{youtubeViews:channelUrl}
Displays a youtube channel view count
{youtubeVideos:channelUrl}
Displays a youtube channel video count
{youtubeChannelName:channelUrl}
Shows the channel name of the specified youtube channel
{twitchFollowers:nickname}
Displays a twitch channel follower count, replace channelName with the desired channel name
{twitchViews:nickname}
Displays a twitch channel view count
{twitterFollowers:nickname}
Displays the amount of followers in an account, replace username with the actual Twitter username
{twitchChannelName:nickname}
Shows the channel name of the specified twitch channel
{memeratorMemes:username}
Displays a Memerator user's meme count, replace username with the desired profile name
{memeratorFollowers:username}
Displays a Memerator user's follower count, replace username with the desired profile name
{instagramFollowers:username}
Displays the amount of followers in an account, replace username with the actual Instagram username
{game:gameId:address:port}
Player count for game servers (Minecraft, Counter Strike, Rust, Ark, Team Fortress 2, GMOD, etc), replace gameId by one of the listed here and address by the actual one and port by the query port
Additional gameIds:
{countdown:targetDate:format}
Shows a countdown that will decrease to the specified target date, you can easily generate this counter here or manually creating it by replacing targetDate with the target date in a UNIX timestamp, and optionally format it with a custom format: use %d to show the days left, %h to show the hours left, %m to show the minutes left and %s to show the seconds left
{clock:timeZone}
Shows a clock with the time of the specified timezone, you can easily generate this counter here or replace timeZone with a valid IANA timezone
{nitro-boosters}
Shows the total amount of members boosting this server
{static:number}
Shows the given number with custom formatting based on the guild settings
{sum:value1,value2,...more}
Does a sum of the specified values
{sub:value1,value2,...more}
Substracts the specified values
{multiply:value1,value2,...more}
Multiplies the specified values
{divide:value1,value2,...more}
Divides the specified values
{mod:value1,value2,...more}
Gets the modulus of the specified values
{redditMembers:subreddit}
Displays the amount of members for the given subreddit
{redditMembersOnline:subreddit}
Displays the amount of online members for the given subreddit
{redditTitle:subreddit}
Displays the title for the given subreddit

Preview counters

Instead of waiting to see how will be the final result, you can use mc!preview to check how will look your custom counters in a channel name or topic

Example

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mc!preview {onlineMembers} of {members} Online
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Displaying large counts

Use mc!shortNumber when the counts are too large, the format of this compact notation will depend on the locale
Usage
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mc!shortNumber enable
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mc!shortNumber disable
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