User Management
Role Administration

Role Administration

R.O.T.I's role management commands are designed for ease of use and flexibility. Create interactive buttons and dropdown menus for role assignment, add engaging reaction-based roles, and even assign temporary roles for events or promotions. With these commands, you'll transform your Discord server into a dynamic and welcoming space, with minimal effort on your part.


Role Commands
/buttonroleCreate a button that assigns a role to a user when clicked/buttonrole [channel] [type]
/selectroleCreate a dropdown menu that allows users to assign themselves a role/selectrole [channel] [type] [require_role_type] [placeholder]
/reactionrole addAdd a role to a message that can be assigned to users when reacted/reactionrole add [message_id] [channel]
/reactionrole removeRemove a reaction role that was previously assigned through a reaction/reactionrole remove [message_id] [emoji] [channel]
/reactionrole removeallRemove all reaction roles that were assigned through reactions/reactionrole removeall [channel] [message_id]
/temproleAssign temporary role to a user/temprole [target] [role] [duration]
/role createCreate a new role/role create [name] [color] [icon] [position]
/role deleteDelete an existing role/role delete [role] [reason]
/role updateAssign or revoke a role from user/role update [target] [role]
/role infoDisplay information about a role/role info [role]
/role membersDisplay a list of members who have been assigned a specific role/role members [role] [attachment]
/role listDisplay a list of all roles in the server/role list [filter]
/role removeallRemove a role from all users/role removeall [role]

Temporary Roles

Temporary roles offer a way to grant roles to users for a limited duration. Temporary roles are perfect for situations where you want to grant access, highlight a user, or provide a special status for a set period of time.

/temprole [target] [role] [duration]


  • [target]: The user you want to give the temporary role to.
  • [role]: The role you want to assign temporarily.
  • [duration]: How long the role should last.

The assigned role will be automatically removed from the user once the specified duration has passed.

Temp Role Command

Creating a New Role

Create a brand-new role to organize your server. Carefully choose a name, color, and optional icon to reflect the role's purpose or status. You can even determine where it appears in your server's role hierarchy.

/role create [name] [color] [icon] [position]


  • [name]: The name of your role.
  • [color]: Choose a color to visually distinguish the role.
  • [icon]: Include an emoji or image associated with the role.
  • [position]: Determine where the role appears in the list.

Create Role Command

Deleting an Existing Role

If a role is no longer needed or becomes outdated, remove it from your server entirely. This helps keep your role list organized and prevents confusion for members.

/role delete [role] [reason]


  • [role]: The role you want to delete.
  • [reason]: Provide an explanation for the removal.

Delete Role Command

Updating User Roles

Grant a specific role to a user to give them access to certain channels, abilities, or recognition within your server. Additionally, you can remove a role to adjust their level of participation.

/role update [target] [role]


  • [target]: The user whose role you want to modify.
  • [role]: The role you want to add or remove from the user.

Update Role Command

Getting Role Information

The /role info command provides a comprehensive breakdown of a specific role on your server. This is helpful for understanding the role's function within your community.

/role info [role]


  • [role]: The role you want information on.

Simply specify the role you're interested in, and you'll receive the following details

  • Name: The name of the role.
  • ID: The unique identifier for the role.
  • Members: The number of server members who currently have this role.
  • Position: Where the role appears in the server's role hierarchy (higher positions are closer on the list).
  • Mentionable: Whether the role can be mentioned (using @role) to notify its members.
  • Hoisted: If the role is displayed separately in the members list.
  • Managed: Whether the role is created or managed by an integration or bot.
  • Color: The visual color associated with the role.
  • Creation Date: When the role was created.
  • Permissions: A list of specific permissions granted by this role.

Role Info Command

Viewing Role Members

See a complete list of everyone on your server who has been assigned a particular role. This can be useful for checking participation, managing events, or understanding how a role is being used.

/role members [role] [attachment]


  • [role]: The role to check.
  • [attachment]: Creates a downloadable file with the member list.

Role Members Command

Listing All Roles

View a full list of all roles that exist on your server. This provides a snapshot of how roles are being used to structure your community.

/role list [filter]


  • [filter]: Enter name to narrow down the list to roles containing that name.

Role List Command

Mass Role Removal

⚠️ Use with caution! This command removes a designated role from every single user on your server. This might be necessary for restructuring, or if a role becomes obsolete.

/role removeall [role]


  • [role]: The role you want to remove from everyone.

Role Remove All Command

Button Roles

Button roles provide a clickable and interactive way for users to assign or remove roles from themselves within your server.

To access the complete documentation for Button Roles, including detailed instructions and examples, please navigate to the Basic Configuration category. Use the following URL or click here to explore the documentation for the /buttonrole command:

Select Roles

Select menus streamline role assignment by allowing users to choose their desired roles from easy-to-use dropdown menus.

To access the complete documentation for Select Roles, including detailed instructions and examples, please navigate to the Basic Configuration category. Use the following URL or click here to explore the documentation for the /selectrole command:

Reaction Roles

Reaction roles add a touch of fun by letting members assign or remove roles by simply reacting to designated messages with specific emojis.

To access the complete documentation for Reaction Roles, including detailed instructions and examples, please navigate to the Basic Configuration category. Use the following URL or click here to explore the documentation for the /reactionrole command:


Whether you're an admin or a regular member, R.O.T.I. has your back when it comes to roles. Create new roles, assign them, remove them, or just check out what a role is all about. Role management doesn't have to be complicated!