Used on servers both large and small, official and unofficial, built with security in mind, this actively developed multi-purpose bot is feature rich while still being flexible and easy to use.
Key features include:
Social networks integrations, streaming tweets from Twitter to Discord in real-time, Reddit posts and generic RSS feeds in near real-time.
Points based automatic and manual moderation system with half a dozen possible moderation actions, configurable rules list, extensive logging of moderation cases, and prompts to ensure moderators fill out every required piece of information on a warning for impeccable moderation documentation. The auto-moderation module also includes an experimental NSFW images detection system!
New user management, including greet messages, automatically assigned roles, and automatically removed roles.
Social and currency system to allow users to rank up based on activity, obtain roles based on their server rank, and earn currency to use on games in the bot.
Permissions system to configure the usage of each module (enabling or disabling modules by user, role, channel).
Much much more! Check her documentation website for the full list of features and commands.
Bot or Web service Developers: GiselleBot also offers an API system which can be used to get specific info from the bot, integrate GiselleBot features with other bots, etc.! The API keys are provided on requests. If you are interested in that, get in touch with the developer.
As soon as you invite GiselleBot to your server, a few modules and their corresponding commands will be immediately available to all of your members:
The restricted modules, on the other hand, will only be available to server administrators. These modules can be enabled to one or more roles using the Permissions System (e.g.
!peem (module name) (role and/or user id(s)/mention(s))).
A few modules might need additional configurations before they are usable by anyone (e.g. the Music module must be enabled in a certain channel using
!mchannel [channel id]).
Detailed info about the capability of the permissions sytem can be found in the documentation page.
If another bot shares the same prefix with GiselleBot, you can change her prefix using
!prefix [new prefix].