Channel name counter

You can create channels with a count of almost anything in its name
The counters are actually locked voice channels

Usage

mc!newChannelNameCounter [type] (custom channel name)

Where [type] is one value of the listed below and (custom channel name) can be whatever you want, but you must write the {count} keyword to place the count.

Types

Type

What it counts?

Premium

members

The total amount of members in the server

No

users

How many users are in the server, it excludes the bots

Yes

bots

How many bots are in the server, it excludes the users

Yes

channels

How many channels has the server

No

roles

How many roles has the server

No

connectedusers

How many members are connected in all the voice channels in the server

No

memberswithrole

How many members has a role, see below how to use this command, the command usage is a little bit different

Yes

bannedmembers

How many members are banned

No

onlinemembers

How many members are online

Yes

onlineusers

How many users are online

Yes

onlinebots

How many bots are online

Yes

offlinemembers

How many members are offline

Yes

offlineusers

How many users are offline

Yes

offlinebots

How many bots are offline

Yes

Usage for memberswithrole type

mc!newChannelNameCounter memberswithrole [@role or @roles] (custom channel name)

Where [@role or @roles] are role mentions, be sure that you can mention them.

Examples:

mc!newChannelNameCounter memberswithrole @Admin @mod
mc!newChannelNameCounter memberswithrole @Admin @mod {count} Admins and mods

Usage for the rest of the types

mc!newChannelNameCounter members
mc!newChannelNameCounter members Members: {count}
mc!newChannelNameCounter offlinemembers {count} Sleeping 😴

If do you prefer something more compact try mc!newCategoryNameCounter, it has the same usage and options as this command