๐Ÿ”‘ Keys Setup

  • Set your OPENAI_API_KEY in your variables.env file.
  • Go to https://discord.com/developers/applications/ and click on New Application.
  • Enter the name for your bot, accept the terms and click on Create. On the resulting page, enter the details of your bot as you like.
  • On the left sidebar, click on Bot. Under the heading Privileged Gateway Intents, toggle all 3 options to ON position. Save your changes.
  • Now click on Reset Token and copy the token value. Set it as DISCORD_BOT_TOKEN in .env file.
  • On the left sidebar, click on OAuth2 and go to General.
  • Set Authorization Method to In-app Authorization. Under Scopes select bot.
  • Under Bot Permissions allow the following and then click on Save Changes.
Send Messages (under Text Permissions)
  • Now under OAuth2 and go to URL Generator. Under Scopes select bot.
  • Under Bot Permissions set the same permissions as above.
  • Now scroll down and copy the Generated URL. Paste it in a browser window and select the Server where you want to add the bot.
  • Click on Continue and authorize the bot.
  • ๐ŸŽ‰ The bot has been successfully added to your server. But itโ€™s still offline.

Take the bot online

  • docker

  • python

docker run --name discord-bot -e OPENAI_API_KEY=sk-xxx -e DISCORD_BOT_TOKEN=xxx -p 8080:8080 embedchain/discord-bot:latest

๐Ÿš€ Usage Instructions

  • Go to the server where you have added your bot. Slash commands interaction with bot
  • You can add data sources to the bot using the slash command:
/ec add <data_type> <url_or_text>
  • You can ask your queries from the bot using the slash command:
/ec query <question>
  • You can chat with the bot using the slash command:
/ec chat <question>

๐Ÿ“ Note: To use the bot privately, you can message the bot directly by right clicking the bot and selecting Message.

๐ŸŽ‰ Happy Chatting! ๐ŸŽ‰