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Hello! This is a guide about how to manage and maintain a staff team! In this guide, you will learn the basic permissions of different staff teams and how and what they do! I will also give you a list of basic roles to give your staff members when they first join. I will also show you how to promote someone/demote someone. I hope you enjoy! Making an application! The best way to make an application is to have a set of basic questions and hard ones asking about a situation. Here is a great example! (You may use it!) Name: Age: Timezone: When did you first join? Who do you know on the staff team?n Do you have any experience in moderation? Have you ever been staff before on any server? Are you able to join staff calls? Asking questions that you know are hard to lie on is the best to do! It'll also give the applicant some relieve that they wont have to answer incredibly hard questions during the application. Make sure to give ALL applicants interviews! It's SO important to give the applicant an interview so they can get to know you and you can get to know them. The best way to start an interview is to introduce your self and let them know what you do and what you expect. Let them know that you are there for them and will help them. The next step is to ask some questions. Always make sure that these questions are going to be asked to everyone who applies. You can also ask questions just for that person. The best questions to ask are ones of situations. Such as - Someone gets muted and the community is mad about it. What would you do? This question is a great one. You'll be able to get an idea of what they will do in a situation such as this one. Accepting applicants! This step is the hardest one, you need to take every bit of information into play. You need to make sure the applicants are active enough. If they aren't then just take them off of your list. Make sure that they are dedicated to the server, and make sure they help around your server. Pick the best out of them all and make sure to double check they are. Breaking the news! This is probably the best and worst part! People will be mad and happy. You should find a time dedicated to looking over applications and posting the accepted applicants. I would recommend announcing it on discord and letting them introduce themselves to the community as staff members. What ranks should I have on my server? There are different types of ranks you could have. Here is a list I recommend: Junior Moderator This rank is a trial and should last around 2 months. You will need to teach them the basics of your staff team and how to work with others! Moderator This is the end of the Junior Moderator's trials and this is the next step. They should be knowledgeable on the server and how to work with others. Senior Moderator This is a HUGE step up. They should be able to help other staff members and be able to manage them and teach them. Also ability to help with the application process. Admin This rank is the highest someone should be able to go. They manage the staff team and train them. They should be able to make important decisions. They need to be able to lead teams and report to the owners the staff teams behaviors and progress. END! Thank you all for reading this and I hope it helps! If you want a part 2 please comment and like!
Hello Minehut Community, Today I will be telling you how to work Luckperms. Luckperms is incredibly easy to use if you know how to do it. Here is how to start off with Luckperms. First, to create a group do /lp creategroup <group name> To delete a group, do /lp deletegroup <group name> Then, to add yourself to the group do /lp user <username> parent set <group name> To add a preifx, for example [DEFAULT], do /lp group <group> meta addprefix <priority> "<prefix>" To add a suffix, do /lp group <group> meta addsuffix <priority> "<suffix>" Put it in quotes so you can add a space in between the prefix and the name. Ex. "DEFAULT &f" Looks Like: DEFAULT &fBradybug115: hi To remove a prefix or suffix, do /lp group <group> meta removeprefix <priority> /lp group <group> meta removesuffix <priority> Priorities are used for inheritance. For example: DEFAULT has a prefix with a priority of 5 and Helper which inherits permissions from Default has a prefix with a priority of 4, the Default prefix will show up because it has a higher priority. Now, you have added your Prefixes, suffixes and you are in your group. Now you want to make it so you can do /lp user <username> promote <track> Track could be called staff, donor, ect. To create a track do /lp createtrack <track name> Then to add ranks to a track do /lp track insert <rank> <position> To remove a group do /lp track remove <rank> To delete a track, do /lp removetrack <track> For example: A track called Staff: /lp track insert default 1 /lp track insert mod 2 /lp track insert owner 3 Then, doing /lp user Bradybug115 promote staff would make this player (if a default) Moderator. And doing it again would make them owner. Now, for Permissions. You do /lp editor, and add permissions to groups or users. When done click the disc/save icon in the far top right corner. That's it, that is the basics of Luckperms. Now you know how to create groups, tracks, and add permissions Thanks for reading! Have a good day. If I forgot anything, mention it and I will edit this post.
I've been using the plugin CraftBook for awhile now to add music to my server, as it's probably the best plugin for it, yet the most vague and unknown about. So for this reason I want to give you all a tutorial on how to set it up and put songs in your server inside of world guard regions. To begin, you must install CraftBook to your server, this should be easy. The next step is to actually enable the music feature. Head to plugins/CraftBook/config.yml. Now scroll down until you see - ICs. Delete - ICs off of the list, then put it in the list near the top of enable features. You'll now want to do /craftbook reload. Next, go back in to the craftbook folder. If a folder named "midi" did not appear, make one yourself. It should have another folder inside called Playlists, but we won't be using that. Find a .mid or .midi file of your choice online. (If it's .mid, rename it to .midi, as minehut for some reason does not allow importing .mid files but allows .midi.), then upload it in to the plugins/CraftBook/midi folder. Now, go to your server and make a region. (Make sure the region name can fit on the sign with "r:" and ";LOOP" on the same line) Next, you'll want to create a sign. Make the first line MELODY, second line [MC1270]. 3rd line is the name of the midi file you would like to play (Example: Song.midi) and make the fourth line r:*Region for song*;LOOP . Finally, to start the song, just place a lever in front of the sign and activate it. For some technical things, to disable the playing message, head to ic-config.yml in the craftbook folder, and scroll down to MC1270, and just set playing messages to false. One other thing is that if the sign is in unloaded chunks, the song will stop, so make sure its close to where you enter the region and make the region not too big. One more thing, making multiple signs for the same song in the same region will make it play multiple of the same song, so try to stay away from doing this. This will also happen if 2 different songs are active at the same time. One final thing, it will convert the midi to noteblocks. You cannot play any non noteblock songs using CraftBook. The reason you should be using craftbook over other plugins is due to its very high quality midi player compared to others like icJukeBox, and its ability to be played in specific regions to whoever enters the region, basically quality and convenience. I hope to see many more servers have great music with this knowledge, silence is never fun!