How to Automatically Assign Roles on Discord

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How to Automatically Assign Roles on Discord

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Using Bots to customize your Discord server is one thing that makes this messaging app so great. While the ability to automatically assign roles isn’t available within the app, adding bots is a simple and effective way to do it.

Roles are a defining feature of Discord server hierarchies. They grant special privileges to members, allowing them to perform certain tasks within the server. Sometimes, it may be easier to automatically assign roles to a member for achieving certain milestones, performing certain tasks, or simply for the time spent remaining a loyal member. They are also useful for allowing users to select one or more roles so you can manage other critical server elements.

The only currently known way to automatically assign roles is to use a Discord Bot. There are several different bots available to choose from. Each can automatically assign roles to members. We’ll cover how to set up bots and automatically assign roles with two of the more prominent bots on the market—Dyno Bot and MEE6.

Using Dyno Bot to Automatically Assign Roles in Discord

Dyno Bot is a feature-rich Discord bot used on over 3 million Discord servers. It is fully customizable and features a simple and intuitive web dashboard. You can also use MEE6, which features a dashboard for easy setup and management—more on that below.

The Dyno Bot also offers a Music Search option that pulls videos from YouTube for you to watch, an automated Google Search feature to browse the web on your behalf, various custom commands you want, an “Announcements” feature and much more.

How to Set Up a Dyno Bot on Discord

The process for setting up Dyno Bot is simple, with a few steps. The process is relatively quick and easy, and once it’s up and running, enabling “Automatic Roles” is just a few steps away.

To set up Dyno Bot, you need to start by visiting the official website and downloading the tool:

Open dynobot. net and click on the blue button labeled Login with Discord. You can find it at the top right of the screen OR directly in the center to the right of the paragraph About Dynos.
If you are already signed in to Discord, you can click on the Add to Server button, which is located on the main menu bar. However, you still need to be logged in to get to the dashboard.
Login using your credentials, and a new authorization page will open. Click Authorization to continue.
Next, you have to select the server you want to add the Dyno Bot to. You can select it from the drop-down menu.
After selecting a server, you can choose from the authorization list. You can uncheck the ones you don’t want.
Click the Authorize button to enable the Dyno Bot on your server.
Window I am not a reCAPTCHA robot will ask for authorization itself. Click the box and continue.

You should now be on the Manage Servers page on the Dyno Bot website. From here, you can go to your server dashboard.

Manage Servers with Dyno Bot

Next, you have to manage the server you want to assign auto roles to. Here’s how:

Click the server logo in the tab manage to be brought to the dashboard of that server.
From tabs Home page in the Generalyou must give your Dyno Bot a nickname and set up a command prefix.

Command prefixes are key to being able to use any of the commands provided by Dyno Bot.

Dyno Bot: Automatically Assigned Roles & Rankings

You can enable features Auto Roles from the dashboard in sections Module Settings on Dynos.

Return to the Dyno Bot Dashboard for your server:

In the Module Settingsclick Options Autoroles from the left side of the menu.
In the main window, click the drop-down and select the roles you want to add for automatic assignment.
Select the length of time it takes for new members to acquire this role in the box Delay (minutes).
Can be directly by putting ‘0’ or leaving a blank space. Click the Add button to place the role as automatically assigned.

If you’re good at math, you can make the length into days, weeks, months, or even years by putting the appropriate time in minutes.

You can remove any role you have assigned here at any time by clicking the red Delete button to the right of the role in Automatic Role List.

Now, make sure the Dyno Bot has a higher role on your server than the one assigned automatically, or it won’t work.

Return to Discord, and do this:

Click on your server on the right side. Then, click on the arrow icon at the top and select it Server Settings.
Click Role.
Hover over the Dyno bot and click the pencil icon.
Click Permission.
Scroll down for Administrator and toggle the button so it turns green.

Roles will be assigned to each member who reaches the set time target.

Dyno Bot also offers your server members the chance to set their own rankings. Ranks are the same as roles, but the ability to grant them is determined by the ?rank command. They are created in the same way as roles– the server owner will create them and set permissions for each on the Discord server.

Anyone who is considered a bot administrator can determine which ratings are open to the public by adding them from the Dyno Bot dashboard. While not considered automatic, it’s still a faster way to grant special permissions, including exclusive access to your members without you having to give them to them personally.

If interested in setting up a rating for the Dyno Bot:

Return to the Dyno Bot dashboard of the server you want to add a rating to. Open tabs Autoroles from section Module Settings just like you did for roles. This time click to tab Mergeable Ratings located at the top of the main window. Click the drop-down Select Role and select which role or roles you want to make joinable. In the Rating Settings, you can choose to limit members to one role. This will help limit the power a member can have. Click the Add button for each selected role.

Your members can add ratings by typing ?rating where role must be typed in full.

Using Mee6 to Automatically Assign Roles in Discord

Those new to Discord bots may find using the Dyno Bot confusing. This can be a bit overwhelming for less savvy users to accept. If this sounds like you, let me present an easier alternative, Mee6.

Mee6 Bot is a really cool tool for servers looking to expand into the community. It offers almost as much as Bot Dyno (in some ways a lot more) while still being easier to use and navigate. The LEVEL UP feature is really cool because it adds incentive for your server members to engage in banter.

Every time you send a text message on one of the server channels, you have the opportunity to “level up”. It doesn’t necessarily provide an added advantage (without buying Premium), but like in video games, it still feels pretty good.

Setting up Mee6

Mee6 is no different from Dyno Bot in its setup process. You’ll need to visit the official Mee6 site to get started.

Let’s set up Mee6:

Open and click the Add to Discord button. This process goes a little faster if you’re already logged into Discord, but all it takes are your Discord login credentials.
After logging in to Discord, you will receive a Mee6 authorization pop-up window requesting access. Click the Authorize button at the bottom right of the window.
Click the logo for the server you want to manage.
You will receive another authorization window, this time with the server already selected in the drop-down. Just click the Continue button again to continue.
Authorize the bot a second time. Click the box on the side I am not robot to continue.

Welcome to your Mee6 dashboard! This is where you can make changes to settings and commands related to your Mee6 bot. Mee6 offers a variety of automated commands such as ban users, delete messages and warn users who violate your channel standards.

Mee6 Auto Role

Mee6 allows you to automatically add roles to first time visitors on your server. Most of the auto-assign capabilities for Discord bots revolve around being new to your server. Without going for the premium options on the bot which allows a lot more, you’re pretty much stuck with this limited feature.

To automatically add a role for newcomers:

From the Mee6 website, click WELCOME on the left side. Then, toggle the switch for Assign a role to the new user.
Click + under Role to give.
Finalize your decision by clicking the Save Changes button at the bottom of the screen.

Similar to the Dyno Bot, make sure Mee6 has a higher authority role than the one you gave it.

Managing Roles in Disputes

Let’s say you want to assign roles individually which you can from within the Discord Application. By clicking on the server you are working on, follow these steps:

Tap on the drop-down menu located at the top right where your server name appears. Then, click Server Settings.
Select the second option that appears to the left where it says Role.
Toggle the permissions you want to give to those on your server.

For more helpful information, see how to manage server roles within the Discord app.

The only other way to add the auto-role feature is to have a bot do it yourself. You can add your own special spin on things which will allow certain milestones to be met to achieve a new role or whatever other way you can think of adding to it. The limits are your creativity, coding skills, and understanding of the Discord API.

Both of the proposed bots are very popular, meaning they are likely to receive continued support and evolve over time. If you have special requests for additional features, you can contact the support team for Dyno Bots or Mee6 on their Discord Support server.

Frequently Asked Questions

Discord is already packed with tons of features; add to that bots and auto-assign roles, and it’s natural for more questions. We’ve included more answers to those questions below.

Can I assign roles to new members?

Of course. Assigning roles to new members is often important to keeping the peace in your channel. When new users join, you can assign roles that prevent them from commenting too much, reducing the chance of interruptions. Just go to the Roles tab, add the New Member role, and click on the channel you want to moderate.

Can I assign temporary roles?

When someone needs temporary role access to permissions, you can enable permissions, but you’ll need to manually turn them off when you’re done. However, just because Discord doesn’t offer that option, there are bots available. You can add these bots to any of your Discord servers and assign temporary roles to users.

Can I assign roles to level up automatically?

In addition to the available role timer, Mee6 Bot will allow you to set auto level up options. All you need to do is verify that Mee6 has access to your server and open the Bot dashboard. From here, you can set level up options.

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