Queue Commands

-clear

Removes every track from the queue.

Required permissions: Manage Queue

-move [track to move], [position to move it to]

Moves the specified track to the specified position.

Required permissions: Manage Queue

-play [link or search query]

Loads the specified track or playlist and adds it to the queue.

Required permissions: Add to Queue

-playlist load [name] premium

Loads the specified saved playlist into the queue.

Required permissions: Add to Queue

-queue

Displays the tracks currently in the queue.

Required permissions: View Queue

-remove [input]

Finds the specified track in the queue and removes it.

Required permissions: Manage Queue

-search [input]

The same command as -play [input], but it allows you to choose which tracks you want to queue.

Required permissions: Add to Queue

-shuffle

Randomizes all the tracks in the queue after the playing track. If there is no playing track, then it will randomize all the tracks.

Required permissions: Manage Queue

-fair queue

Organizes the queue so that it favors those with fewer songs in the queue.

Required permissions: Manage Queue

-song

Displays info about the playing track.

Required permissions: View Queue

-song [input]

Finds the specified track in the queue and displays info about it.

Required permissions: View Queue

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how can i replay songs

To play a song again, you can use -back to go to the previous song.

To enable looping, you can type -loop. This will cycle through looping the queue, looping the current song, and not looping.