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Using the Imagine command

Quick guide about the /imagine command. 

1. What is the /imagine command?

The /imagine command is an AI machine capable of generating an image based on what you ask. The only limit is your creativity! The command uses a homemade AI model.

2. How to use /imagine

Go to a text channel on your server and type the slash command /imagine or your servers' prefix (e.g. !imagine). 

Next, type the request you would like the AI to reply to. For example, you can type /imagine vintage photograph and the command will reply with an authentic piece of art based on what you asked.

Note: You can use it with the default MEE6 or with a Custom Bot, where AI Personal subscribers can use the slash command in the Default MEE6 DM!

Once the image has been generated, you can try different variations of the result or even upscale it, selecting the corresponding number to download it.

3. Can anyone use /imagine?

Yes, all servers have 30 free /imagine command prompts every 30 days! However, if you would like to unlock more prompts, you can visit to purchase the subscription that suits you best (Personal or Server-Wide option). 

4. Updating permissions

Learn how to restrict the AI command usage, or even prevent your server members from using it below.

Removing Prefix Commands usage

- Go to your server settings on Discord.

- Go to AutoMod.

- Add a new Custom Keyword Rule.

- Add !imagine and set it to Block message.

Changing Slash Commands permission

To change the permissions, or completely disable the /imagine command, you have to go to your Server Settings -> Integrations -> MEE6 (or your Custom Bot) -> Search for the /imagine command -> From here you can edit the command permissions.

The same instructions for updating permissions, above, can be applied to the /write command permissions.

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