This page describes all available Insight commands and their functions.
Insight commands are prefixed with either
?. Commands have no positional arguments so text prompts are used to provide options. When prompted for a choice, Insight will request the user to enter a number corresponding to an available option.
Commands are case-insensitive. If a user misspells or enters an invalid command, Insight will provide suggested, similar matched commands. If the user enters an unsupported command due to channel type, Insight will alert the user.
When in doubt, the only command you need to remember is
!help command points you to every possible command, feature, and modifiable option.
A command prefix is the prefix character or phrase before a command. Example: For
!about, the prefix is
! while the command is
By default, Insight listens for the prefixes
?. Running a command with these prefixes will cause Insight to respond. The prefixes can be modifed and removed on a server scope. Prefixes removed or added through the
!prefix command affect all channels on a Discord server.
It is recommended to run the
!prefixcommand to change Insight's listening prefixes to something unique that won't conflict with other bots.
Insight will always respond to @Insight command mentions. Example: @Insight prefix will run the prefix command to prevent lockout if all other prefix have been deleted.
Display Insight credits and support information.
Access Insight's admin panel.
Prompts the user to select a feed type for creation in the channel. For a detailed description of feed types, see feed service types. This command may only be used in server text channels and is unsupported in direct messages and channels that already have a feed. Use the command
!remove to replace a feed service with another.
Display all available commands for the channel or direct message. If a command is not listed here, then it is unsupported by the channel. Certain commands are only supported in specific feed types or empty channels(channels without a feed). When it doubt, run
Lock a feed from being modified by unprivileged users. Useful in large servers.
Unlock to allow any Discord user to modify settings.
Modify command prefix settings to avoid command conflicts with other Discord bots. This command allows a Discord server admin to add or remove prefixes on a server-global scope.
Shut down the Insight process. Requires Insight admin config IDs to be set.
Displays a dialog with all available options for a feed or direct message. This command displays all available modifiable options related to a feed and allows the user to select an option. If an option is not listed, the feed service does not support the option. Example of available options include:
Shortcut command to resume the feed if it has been paused. This function is also accessible by
Shortcut command to temporarily pause a feed. A paused feed will not display any new killmails or server messages of the day. Pauses persist during bot rebooting cycles. Killmails that occur while a feed is paused will not be posted when the feed is resumed. Also accessible by
Shortcut command to delete a feed in a given channel. All feed configuration settings are deleted for the channel. This command frees the channel for new feed availability. Also accessible by
Display information about the currently running feed.
Access the SSO token syncing dialog. Token syncing is a radar feed feature to sync ally contacts from EVE. Ally contacts are blacklisted from appearing as potential targets in radar feeds. The SSO token dialog has the following options and differing behavior in direct messages and feed services:
Noto the entity type you don't want associated with a token. Ex: If you only want to associate alliance standings with a token make sure to answer
Noto syncing corporate and personal as the token will sync all 3 contact lists otherwise.
Radar feeds can utilize a SSO token to pull standings from EVE and blacklist allies(blues) from appearing as potential targets.
Shakes the 8ball and selects a random response.
Randomly roll a number between 0 and 100. Added in v1.6. Eventually this command will support arguments for setting the upper and lower number bounds.
Added in v1.6. Perform a local scan. Copy and paste local pilots for a recent ship and affiliation overview.
Added in v1.6. Get the current EVE time. Subcommands provide an overview of various timezones.