I made count+ for Sound's World, which needed a new counting bot. The count+ bot was mainly based on Countr, and is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 (or later). You can view the source code for count+ on GitHub.
All command responses are ephemeral. This means that only the person who runs the command will see its response.
/help - Provides information on how to setup the bot. It's super simple!
/about - View information about the bot.
/ping - Get the bot's latency (ping) to Discord.
/current - Get the current count. If you have the Manage Messages permission AND run this command in the counting channel, a public message will be sent in the channel saying the current count.
/set <count> - Sets the count. This is only available to users with the Manage Messages permission.
/set-channel <channel> - Sets the channel for counting. This is only available to users with the Manage Server permission. If count+ does not have the correct permissions in the channel you choose, an error will be thrown. This also creates a webhook for you.
The count+ open source Discord bot
Copyright (C) 2022 knokbak
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