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Global Commands

Learn how to customize and manage Tempy's temporary voice channels with a variety of commands. Keep your server organized and make it easier for users to join channels.
In this section, we will describe the various commands available for managing Tempy's settings. These commands allow you to customize the behavior and appearance of Tempy's temporary voice channels, as well as the welcome messages and permissions applied to them. Whether you want to fine-tune the way Tempy works on your server or simply want to make it easier for users to create and join temporary channels, these commands have you covered.
So, without further ado, let's dive into the documentation and learn how to use these powerful commands to their full potential!
The /global limit command allows you to manage the default channel limit for all new created Tempy channels on your Discord server. This limit determines the maximum number of users that can join a Tempy channel at any given time. Setting a default channel limit can help to ensure that these channels are used efficiently and effectively, and can help to keep the server organized and tidy.
"The "/global voicecreation" command allows you to control whether the bot creates voice channels or not. By default, the bot will create voice channels as specified. However, you have the option to disable this feature using this command. To enable or disable the feature, type "/global voicecreation" followed by "enable" or "disable". This can be useful if you want to temporarily disable the creation of voice channels on your server, or if you want to have more control over the creation process.
"The "/global name" command allows you to customize the default naming scheme for all newly created channels on your server. This can be useful if you want to give your channels a more organized and consistent appearance, or if you want to differentiate them from other channels on your server. To use this command, type "/global name" followed by the desired text to be used as the channel name.
"The "/global position" command gives you the ability to determine the position of new channels in the channel list on your server. With this command, you can specify the position number for new channels, allowing you to control where they appear in the list. This can be useful if you want to keep certain types of channels grouped together, or if you want to ensure that important channels are easy to find. To use this command, type "/global position" followed by the desired position number.
"The "/global category" command allows you to specify the default category for all newly created channels on your server. With this command, you can determine the category that new channels should be placed in. This can be useful if you want to keep certain types of channels organized, or if you want to make it easier for users to find specific channels. To use this command, type "/global category" followed by the desired category.
"The "/global bitrate" command gives you the ability to customize the default bitrate for all newly created channels on your server. With this command, you can specify the desired bitrate for new channels in kilobits per second. This can be useful if you want to ensure that channels have sufficient audio quality for specific uses, or if you want to conserve bandwidth on your server. To use this command, type "/global bitrate" followed by the desired bitrate.
"The "/global nsfw" command allows you to control whether new channels are marked as NSFW or not. With this command, you can toggle the NSFW status of new channels on your server. This can be useful if you want to ensure that sensitive content is only visible to users who have chosen to view it, or if you want to prevent accidental exposure to inappropriate material. To use this command, type "/global nsfw" followed by "enable" or "disable" to enable or disable the NSFW status of new channels.
"The "/global welcome" command allows you to control whether a welcome message is sent when a new channel is created on your server. With this command, you can toggle the sending of welcome messages for new channels. This can be useful if you want to provide users with information about the purpose or rules of a channel, or if you want to make them feel more welcome on your server. To use this command, type "/global welcome" followed by "enable" or "disable" to enable or disable the sending of welcome messages for new channels.