bumpset <setting> <value>
Change your advertisement's settings.
Change your server's prefix.
The 17-18 digit identification number of the server
Who owns the server
How many people are in the server
The server's verification level
How many emojis the server has
The Nitro Boost level of a server
How many days ago the server was created
Your basic advertisement
The link to join the server
The avatar of the server
The ID of the server, available to copy in Developer Mode.
The user who owns the server. They are usually marked with a crown next to their name, if they don't have an obvious member role.
How many users who have joined the server, and did not leave.
The verification level required to speak in the server.
The amount of emojis in the server, out of how many emojis the server has.
The Nitro Boost level the server has.
The age of the server, in days.
This can be set using the
~bumpset desc command. This is the advertisement of the server, like the one you'd see in a promotion channel or server list.
The link to join the server.
The bumping information:
The user who bumped the server. If Autobump bumped, it will be said here.
The time the server was bumped.
The avatar of the server.
~bumpset desc <your desc> (replacing
<your desc> with your description) to set your description.
~bumpset invite <channel mention> (replacing
<channel mention> with a channel mention). The bot will create an invite link for that channel and will insert it in the database
~bumpset banner <url> (replacing
<url> with your image link) to set your banner.
Purchase Autobump or Premium to use GIF banners. Your GIF banner won't show if you don't have one of these perks.
~bumpset color <hex> (replacing
<hex> with your colour) to set your colour. You must use a HEX colour code (they look like this:
Before bumping, you might want to check your advertisement to see if it's perfect. To preview it, run
The prefix can be changed. Use setprefix <new prefix> to change it. The default prefix is
You can get updates from the bot in a channel in your server. You can set it up using
~broadcast <channel>. Disable it with