8 commenti

  • yaboired

    You can get the ID of a role by tagging it in chat and copying its ID like anything else. Emotes, I'm not sure though. If you're talking about actual Unicode emojis, you can just send those directly, but server emotes are a separate thing.

  • Eti

    This would be more than welcome in my book. Coding bots to use role pings and emojis is a little bit irritating. I'm not going to go overboard and say it's a hassle, but the extra steps are certainly less than desirable.

    My current solution for role IDs is to make a temporary channel that only I can see - namely in order to avoid making the members of said role get irritated - ping the role with the special formatting, copy the ID, then delete the channel after.

    To be able to copy IDs for roles and emojis from their respective menus in the server config pane would be a huge quality of life improvement. If this isn't really possible, then at least being able to right click them in the chat to copy their ID would be a welcome change.

    Definite support from me.

  • Brilliant

    There is a way...

    Open the emoji panel and make sure you have the emoji you want to use.

    I will be using a custom emoji.

    Next, open up the Developer Console, using Ctrl-Shift-I,then Ctrl-Shift-C. Click on the emoj you want to use.
    Provided you have done that correctly, something blue will show in the console. Look for a long link looking similar to this:

    If you only want the ID, copy the thing between the emojis/ and the extension.

    (In this case it is 587026903584735243)




    To use this in channel description, all you have to do is get the name of the emoji. In this case it is :beeg:.

    Then, create a long string looking like this:


    In my case it is <a:beeg:587026903584735243>

    Hopefully, if all else goes well, you have the ID of an emoji and you can use it in a channel description!


  • dontjustsurvivee

    For custom emoji IDs, go into a channel of the server that has that specific custom emoji, type \ followed by the name of the emoji you want the ID of, 

    example:  \:emoji:
    When you hit enter it'll automatically switch to: <:emoji:emoji_id>

    The long number is the ID of the custom emoji and you can copy/paste the entire thing if you want the custom emoji in an embed, if that makes any sense (sorry if my wording is bad i'm 16 ahhh)

  • Brilliant

    Wow. There's always someone better than me. Good job though lmao

  • gootie3

    Is it possible to use this for things like GIF emojis without nitro, emojis that arent in your server etc.?


  • Techno1Monkey

    You can get the ID's with:

    • \:emojiname:
    • \#channelname
    • \@rolename
    • \@username
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