Use this bot to create (repeating) reminders for you and other users (or roles) on your server
This bot is inspired by the reddit remindme bot and allows similar usage.
Make sure the user has sufficient permission to execute Application Commands (
slash-commands in earlier versions).
This permission can be used to restrict access to bots, but is usually enabled for @everyone by default
If the permissions are all set, but certain users are still not able to use slash-commands, the discord application might be setup incorrectly. Tell the affected user(s) to open their
user settings and navigate to the
Text & images section.
In the lower part of said settings page, you can find an option to toggle the usage of slash-commands.
There's two ways of setting interval reminders. Through natural language, or by directly inputting
rrules based on
Create a reminder with
/remind and specify the interval as natural language when setting the
This could be e.g.
every week or
first monday each month or
every friday at 20.
Create a "normal" interval with
/remind and set the
time argument to be the first occurrence of your repeating event.
You can then press the
Set Interval button to add repeating rules for the event.
The bot supports the full
rfc5545-spec and allows the combination of up to 25 independent rules to define your custom repeating patterns and to add exception rules.
||reminds you after the given
||reminds another user/role after the given
||manage all your reminders for this server (interactive DM)|
||set the timezone of your server, used for end-of-day calculation, defaults to UTC|
||show some minor application settings, to modify the behavior of the bot|
/remindme 1y Hello future me /remindme 2years This is a long time /remindme 2 h drink some water /remindme eow Buy groceries /remindme 5 mi Whatever /remindme 2 aug 3pm Is it hot outside? /remindme 2021-09-02T12:25:00+02:00 iso is cool /remind @User 1 mon What's up /remind @Role 24 dec Merry Christmas /remind @everyone eoy Happy new year /remindme every friday at 20:15 do stuff /remind @User every year at 1st july happy birthday
The time parser allows multiple formats for specifying the reminder period.
At the moment, different parameters cannot be combined.
allowed absolutes are • eoy - remind at end of year • eom - remind at end of month • eow - remind at end of working week (Friday night) • eod - remind at end of day allowed intervals are • y(ears) • mo(nths) • w(eeks) • d(ays) • h(ours) • mi(ns) you can combine relative intervals like this 1y 1mo 2 days -5h iso-timestamps are supported be aware that specifying a timezone will ignore the server timezone dates are supported, you can try different formats • 5 jul, 5th july, july 5 • 23 sept at 3pm, 23 sept at 15:00 • 2030 Note: the parser uses day-first and year-least (01/02/03 -> 1st February 2003) the reminder can occur as much as 1 minute delayed
The correct plural of the time interval does not matter
/remindme 1 weeks Hey is just as valid as
/remindme 2 week Ho
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