<name>with a short, memorable name that you will remember later for every reaction roles operation.
setrolescommand in this fashion:
<group>is the name of your group. Using this command will begin a guided process to set your roles. First, you will be asked to input a role (with a name, ID or mention), then react to the reply message to tie it to an emoji.
<group>is a group you created before, and
<message>is an argument that can be resolved to a message. The following are valid message identifiers:
663696313086509106.This only works if the message was sent in the channel you're using the command in.
659297716920254465-663696313086509106. You can get this by holding the SHIFT key while copying the message ID. This works if you want to keep the reaction roles channel clean.
https://discord.com/channels/359057740200673280/659297716920254465/663696313086509106. This is the easiest option which combines ease of use from mobile devices and keeping the channel clean, as point 2.
configcommand offers a voice to edit group settings. Those are completely optional and are effective immediately, let's see some here:
/config arguments: reactionroles <group> duration <duration>to add a timer that starts when the reaction is clicked. The duration is provided in, say, the same way as you use the
/config reactionroles <group> dmnotification falseto disable notifications for a group.
/userconfig arguments: reactionrolenotifications falsefor your account. This will take precedence over server settings regardless.