41 Best Dyno Bot Commands to Supercharge Discord Experience

by Ravi Teja KNTS
Dyno Bot Commands

Dyno is a multi-functional Discord bot that can manage various tasks from managing the server and roles to creating polls. As most people just use the bot to manage roles on the server, here are other Dyno bot commands that are often overlooked.

Best Dyno Bot Commands

Before getting started, the prefix of Dyno Bot is ? (Question Mark) that you need to use before every Dyno Bot command. You can change the prefix by opening the Dyno bot Dashboard page and enter the new prefix in the Command prefix field under Bot Settings. With the latest Discord update, you can also use / (Slash) as a prefix.

Also, all commands need additional info like username, channel name, search query, or something that helps it to execute the command correctly. I will mention when you need these details in brackets. If you are not sure how to use a specific command, just type the prefix, then command name, and hit enter. The bot will reply with details of how to use that specific command.

Dyno bot showing how to use a command

That being said, let’s start with managing roles that most people use Dyno Bot for.

Managing Roles Commands

Dyno Bot makes managing roles an easy and more customizable process. Once you install the bot, you won’t have to struggle with server settings or permissions every time. Almost all server role management needs can be met with small commands that will make the process faster.

1. ?addrole [role] & ?addmod [role] commands are some of the most used commands as they allow you to create a new role instantly. The only difference between a normal role and a moderator role is that the moderator role can control the server with commands just like you.

Created a new role using Dyno bot

2. ?delrole [role] and ?delmod [role] will be useful to delete the role that you have created as the name implies. You can also use ?delmod [user] (replace ‘user’ with username) and it will delete the user from that specific moderator role removing his abilities to control the server.

3. ?rolename [role] [new role] command will be useful to change the name of the role once created. where you need to enter the current role name in the place of the role and the new role name in the place of the new role.

Changed the role name using Dyno bot

4. ?roll add [user] [role] command is used to assign a specific role to a user. There is no special command for the moderator’s role. Just insert the username and name of the moderator to assign that role to the user.

5. While you can use the delmod role to remove a moderator from his/her role, to remove a normal user, we can use the ?role [user] [role] Dyno bot command.

6. ?role all [role] command will remove all users from a specific role so that you can begin afresh.

7. ?role removeall [user] command removes all the roles of a specific user.

8. ?role bots [role] and ?role humans [role] commands can be useful to add/remove bots or humans from a specific role respectively. So if you want to remove all bots in any specific role, use bots command.

9.?roles command will list out all the roles available in the server whereas ?roleinfo [role] command is useful to give more information about a specific role.

Checking role info using Dyno bot

10. ?rolepersist add [user][role] and ?rolepersist remove [user][role] commands are useful for assigning a role to the user that persists even after the user leaves and rejoins. You can also add your reasons at the end of the command. That way, when you use the ?rolepersist Dyno bot command, you will see all the persists and reasons why you gave that user a persistent role.

Moderation Commands

Other than managing roles, Dyno bot also has some good moderation control over the server compatibility. Only people who are in moderation roles can access these Dyno bot commands. You can add users as moderators with ?addmod command as shown above.

11. ?mute [user], ?ban [user] and ?kick [user] are some of the commonly used commands on the server for moderation purposes. While you can unmute and unban later, you also use the time limit syntax in the command to ban or mute for a specific time period like this — ?ban [user][time limit].

Muted user using Dyno bot

12. ?unmute [user] and ?unban [user] are used to unmute and unban users. You cannot un-kick the user as the user has left the server and he/she needs to join first.

13. ?softban [user] command bans the user and immediately unbans him/her. This is used to delete user messages in the chat.

14. ?bansave[user] is a Dyno bot command you may use if you want to ban the user but still want his/her messages to be available in the chat afterward.

15. Instead of muting or baning, you can just warn the user with a ?warn [user] [reason] command. You can delete warnings with ?delwarn [warning ID] command. Just use the ?warnings [user] command to get all the warnings a user has on him.

Warns user using Dyno bot on Discord

16. Moderators can use the announce command to announce any changes in the server to everyone with the command ?announce everyone [channel] [message]. You can also control who can get notified with announce role command and announce here command.

17. Dyno bot keeps track of all the banning, muting, and warnings you have made to a specific user. You can just the command ?whois [user] to get all his past details.

Checking user info on Discord with Dyno bot

18. ?serverinfo command gives complete details of the server from a number of people, admin, moderators, roles, text and voice channels, etc.

19. ?lock [channel] is used to lock the channel. you can also add a time limit at the end to unlock automatically. ?unlock [channel] is used to unlock the locked channels.

Locking and unlocking channel with commands

20. You can also define channels in the dyno dashboard. All the channels that are mentioned will be locked with the command ?lockdown and get unlocked with the command ?lockdown end.

21. If you want to maintain some notes on users without warning or banning them, ?note [user][text] command is for you. You can check all the notes of any user with the command ?notes [user] while ?delnote [note ID] and ?editnote [note ID] Dyno bot commands are used to delete or edit the commands respectively.

Auto Mod Commands

You can set auto mod commands to allow the bot to execute some moderation actions automatically so you won’t have to do everything manually.

22. Banning certain words might be the most useful action to set up an auto mod. Just use the command ?automod banword [word1], [word2] to ban the listed words. This will ban the message even if the banned word is used in the middle of another word. For example, if you ban the word ban, it will even ban messages with word bans. If you want to ban messages that contain exact words, then you can use the command ?automod banexact [word1], [word2].

23. Similarly, you can also block links with the blacklist Dyno Bot command ?automod blacklist [link1], [link2]. You can also ban all links from the Dyno bot dashboard. Then use the command automod whitelist [link1], [link2] to whitelist links that you approve. Remember, whitelisting or blacklisting a webpage will also whitelist/blacklist the pages under it. For example, banning facebook.com will also ban facebook.com/myaccount.

Banning words and links on Discord server

24. If you don’t want to use automod command on some channels, you can simply use the command ?automod ingnorechannel [channel name]. This will ignore the specified channel so users get to enjoy freedom in some channels.

25. You can also set it to ignore few users with the command ?automod ingnorerole [role name]. Automod settings will not apply to such users in that role. To check ignored channels and roles, use the command ?automod ignored command.

Delete Messages Commands

Purge is another feature of the Dyno bot used to, well, purge the messages on your server. But remember, once done, you cannot get your messages back at any cost.

26. ?purge is a simple command that will delete the last 100 messages on the channel right before you execute the command. ?purge [count] will delete the number of messages that you have specified.

27. ?purge user [count][user name] will delete all messages from a specific user on a specific channel.

28. ?purge match [text][count] command will delete the messages that have the specific word. You can mention the word that you want to purge in the text placement.

29. ?purge not [text][count] will do the exact opposite and delete the messages that don’t contain the specified word.

30. ?purge startswith [text][count] and ?purge endswith [text][count] will delete the messages that start with a specific word and ends with a specific word respectively.

31. ?purge links [count] will delete all the messages that contain a link. ?purge invites [count] will delete the invites to the server that channel. This will help delete spam links and invites on the server. Similarly, ?purge images [count] will delete images, ?purge embeds [count] will delete messages that contain embeds, ?purge text [count] will delete just text messages, and ?purge mentions [count] will delete messages with mentions.

32. ?purge humans [count] and ?purge bots [count] will delete messages from humans and bots respectively.

Also Check: 5 Best Discord Bots to Delete Messages Based on Parameters

Giveaway Commands

Dyno bot offers giveaway functionality right inside your Discord server. People can now join your server to participate in the giveaway.

33. ?giveaway create [channel] [winners] [duration] [name] command will create a new giveaway where the channel is the name of the channel that you are running the giveaway, winners are the number of winners you are expecting, duration is the time that people can join in the giveaway and name is the name of the giveaway. People can join the giveaway on a clean GUI interface.

Giveaway on Discord Server

34. ?giveaway end [Message link] command will end the giveaway irrespective of the duration you have set. You can get the message link by clicking on the three-dot menu on the giveaway create command and click on the Copy message link. Once ended, it will announce the winners.

35. For any reason you want to consider a new winner, then you can use the ?giveaway reroll [message link] command to consider a new winner.

Other Commands

36. ?remindme [time] [reminder] is a simple add-on to get reminders in your Discord server that everyone can see and manage.

37. You can also conduct polls with Dyno bot using the ?poll [message] “[option1]””[option2]” command to create a poll with upto 10 options. Use ?poll show [message link] to display the results.

38. ?flip command flips the coin and ?roll command rolls a dice.

Flip and Roll Commands on Discord by Dyno bot

39. ?clean will clean all the Dyno bot commands.

Custom Commands

Dyno bot also supports custom commands if you like to. Open the dashboard and select the Custom Commands option in the sidebar. Here click on Add command to create a new command. You can create commands with variables like {user}, {channel.id} etc. Then you can use functions available in the Dyno Bot like moderating, deleting, managing roles, and create a new command. For example, ?purge me to delete messages that are sent from me.

40. Use ?customs enable [command] to enable and ?customs disable [command] to disable the command that is created in the dashboard.

41. You can also use ?customs show to show the list of all the created custom commands.

Wrapping Up: Dyno Bot Commands List

These are some of the most useful commands on the Dyno bot, but you can expand this list with commands like ?dog, ?cat for cute photos, ?rps to play rock paper scissors, etc. Along with them, you can also tag users with ?tag commands. But to keep the list short, we have only listed commands that are really effective and helps your server.

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