Getting my cogs

[p] is your prefix.

Note

You can replace vex with whatever you want, but you’ll need to type it out every time you install one of my cogs so make sure it’s simple. Note it’s case sensitive.

  1. First, you need to add the my repository (repo):
    [p]repo add vex-cogs https://github.com/Vexed01/Vex-Cogs
    
  2. Now you can install my cogs with this command:
    [p]cog install vex-cogs cogname
    
  3. Finally, you need to load the cog:
    [p]load cogname
    

You can list my cogs with this command:

[p]cog list vex-cogs

Tip

It’s a good idea to keep cogs up to date. You should run this command every now and again to update all your cogs:

[p]cog update

Cogs

Click a cog name to see detailed documentation.

Cog name

Summary

aliases

Get all the information you could ever need about a command’s aliases.

anotherpingcog

Just another ping cog… But this one has fancy colours in an embed!

beautify

Beautify and minify JSON.

betteruptime

New uptime command that tracks the bot’s uptime percentage (last 30 days).

cmdlog

Track command usage, searchable by user, server or command name.

github

Create, comment, labelify and close GitHub issues, with partial PR support.

madtranslate

Translate text through lots of languages. Get some funny results!

stattrack

Track metrics about your bot and view them in Discord.

status

Recieve automatic status updates from various services, including Discord.

system

Get system metrics of the host device, such as RAM or CPU.

timechannel

Get the time in different timezones in voice channels.

wol

Use Wake on LAN from Discord! Sends magic packets on the local network.