100% guaranteed to be useful and not annoying.
Allows users to set their timezone, then passively notes timezones when appropriate.
The bot will only respond with a timezone if the @'d user is far away from the sender, they’re not active in the server, and their timezone hasn’t been announced recently.
See all users’ set timezones in your server.
Use natural language to choose location names.
Get the timezone for anywhere in the world!
Read more about this project here.
t!time <user or location name>to see the current time for a specific user or in a specific place.
t!set <city or country name>to set your own timezone. (UTC codes work, e.g. ‘UTC+3’, ‘UTC-8’)
t!allto see all users’ set timezones. (use
t!users hereto restrict to the current channel)
t!meto see your set timezone.
t!removemeto delete your set timezone.
t!helpto show a message listing all commands.
t!prefix <new prefix>to set the prefix for bot commands. Defaults to “t!”
t!setuser <@user> <location name>- Set the timezone for a user in the server.
t!removeuser <@user>- Remove the timezone for a user in the server.
t!autorespond- Toggles auto-responses on/off.
t!adminonly- Toggles admin mode on/off. (Only server admins can invoke most commands)
t!deletecommand- Toggles bot command deletion on/off.
t!deleteresponse- Toggles bot response deletion (after 5 minutes) on/off.
(Most commands can be run by using the first letter of the command, e.g. ‘t!s Chicago’ to set. ‘t!time’ becomes ‘t!t’.)