SPUNKY: Setting up your profile

Spunky profiles are an easy way to show off your points, tell a bit about yourself and see what others are up to. Profiles are searchable, and once you have completed yours, give you access to extended commands.

SPUNKY: Setting up your profile

Spunky profiles are an easy way to show off your points, tell a bit about yourself and see what others are up to. Profiles are searchable, and once you have completed yours, give you access to extended commands.


What is a profile?

With a profile, you will be able to see information like how many points you have, your bio, and you will be able to change your background to suit you!

You can access your profile by going to Spunky's website and typing in your username and number in the search. (eg Rrabbix#9688) You can also view other people's profiles by typing in their username and number.


Basic Profile Setup

First, you will need to Direct Message Spunky by simply typing profile setup a message from Spunky will then be sent asking if you wanted to keep your profile public or not.

After answering a simple yes or no the next step will be to either change or keep your current profile background image. If you want to change the background then all you have to do is provide a URL to the image you want, and if you want to skip then just type a full stop .

Once you've either skipped or added a new background It's time to say a little about yourself! Let other people get to know who you are and what you're all about!

Then that's it! Your profile is now completed and you can click the link provided in the message to go see what it looks like!


Extended Options

Now let's add some more stuff!

Location

Telling spunky your location can allow you to use more commands with the bot.

  • DM Spunky: profile location|<TIMEZONE>. The find the right format of your timezone, refer to this page and look for the TZ database name of your city here
  • Spunky will react with a 👌

You can now use !time and !weather. You can also lookup other users time or weather by tagging them at the end of the command, link this: !time @Bacon.