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Sticky Commands
How to create, edit, use, and stop stickies. πŸ“Œ
Command
Example
Description
Notes
?stick <message>
?stick Hello World!
Sticks a message to the discord channel.
Can only be used by users with "Manage Messages" perm. (Learn more about stickies below)
?stickstop
?stickstop
Stops a Sticky message.
Can only be used by users with "Manage Messages" perm. (Learn more about stickies below)
?getstickies
?getstickies
Get all active stickies in the server.
Must have manage messages perm to use this command

Creating a Sticky Message.

To create a sticky you must have the "Manage Messages" permission in the channel you are using the sticky commands in.
To create a sticky use the command ?stick <message> without including <>. <Message> can be text, emotes, and links. Plus you can use markdown in your sticky! StickyBot will react with a βœ… if the Sticky was successfully created.
Note: Sticky messages must not start with a emote, start with a newline, and must be under 1900 characters long. (Emotes and emojis count as 5-50 characters long). There must also be at least 8 messages in a channel for Sticky messages to stick properly.
Sticky Messages will send after a message IF it has been 15 seconds OR 5 messages since the last Sticky. This is to comply with Discord TOS.

Using Markdown

Sticky Messages support the following markdown: You can learn more about discord markdown here.
Markdown
Usage
Example
Bold
**text**
text
Italics
*text*
text
Spoilers
|| text ||
(Works in discord only)
Strike-Through
~~text~~
text
Code Block
`text`
text
Embedded Link
(Only works in embeds)
[text](link)
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If you want a Sticky Message to link to another message you can right click the message you want to link to and "copy message link" then put that in the sticky. If it is a embed you can embed the link to make a button to the message like this: [Message Link Here](Button Text Here).

Stopping a Sticky

To stop a Sticky message use the commands ?stickstop in the channel with the sticky. (Remember, this is a Sticky command so you will need the "Manage Messages" permission to use it) StickyBot will react with a βœ… if the Sticky was successfully stopped.

Editing a Sticky

To edit a Sticky message you can just use the ?stick <message> command again. No need to use ?stickstop first!