How to make a Discord Bot | Part 1
How to Make a Discord Bot | Tutorial #1
So I am guessing that you want to make a Discord Bot that functions, eh?
Well, your at the right place!
The actual tutorial:
Have a Discord account. To create this bot and test it, you need a discord account. If you already have one, great!
Go to the Developer Portal. You need to go to the portal to create an application, so head on down to the Discord Developer Portal.
If this is your first time creating a bot, you won't see any application. This is how it should look:
If so, good job! Your doing excellent.
Create an application. Click on the blue button on the top right that says, "New Application".
Then name it whatever you want, and make the application "Personal". Than click create! It should look like this:
Create the Bot. On the right part of the page, you should see a lace that is called "Settings" Inside settings, there are many options. Click the option that says, "Bot" Than click the blue "Add Bot" button, and then click the "Yes, do it!" button. This will allow us to create our Discord Bot. Hooray!
Create a server you test to bot. Go to Discord and scroll all the way down on your servers list. Press the plus sign button, name the server, click done, and you have made a server!
Invite the bot. To invite the bot, you need to get the invite link. Use this template: https://discord.com/oauth2/authorize?client_id=CLIENT_ID_HERE&permissions=8&scope=bot
You need to change "CLIENT_ID_HERE" to your bot client ID. You can find it in the Oauth2 section.
Select the server you created and you done. The bot will be offline since we haven't coded it yet.
Great job! You finished Part 1. I will release Part 2 ASAP. If you have any questions, please put them down in the comments, I'll try to answer ASAP. See you in the next tutorial.
PART 2 CAME OUT! CHECK IT OUT ON MY PROFILE.
Idk why so much people are upvoting. And here's a tip for you that I learned from Replit Admins: If you want to make a tutorial, make a huge one at once (what I mean by this is, don't break it up into parts, put together the parts and bond them up into like a mega tutorial). And, one more thing. You shouldn't ask people for upvotes in order for you to make the Part 2 Tutorial on Discord Bots; maybe your tutorial is good and it doesn't reach 10 upvotes, that will be sad :( . Just a little heads up and what to make your tutorial better next time, just a tip!
bro what is the point in making 2 tutorials. ppl could learn how to do this (and more) in 5 minutes. plus half of the tutorial is stuff you already know how to do (if you have discord).
@RocketSpot the whole point is you shouldnt have added the pay wall, and then you lie saying you explained the code in the tutorial when there is no code. again, why make the tutorial when people could learn this and actually make their bot work in less than 5 minutes. plus why add the paywall of likes, they are pointless and useless, it wouldve been easier to have part1 and 2 in one tutorial
@RocketSpot 1. The point of the tutorial is that you teach them, it is fine to give credit and even ask for stuff, but forcing it onto them, say like a pay wall of likes, is a waste of time.
I didn't say anything about the bot was a waste of time, esoecially a dashboard, but the tutorial is a waste of time. What's the point in making a tutorial with a pay wall of pointless and useless likes when they can learn all that information and more in less than 5 minutes.