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License: GPL v2 Translation status Code style: black Discord

Simple, easy to set up, yet reliable.
A specially designed bot for creating private voice channels on your Discord servers.
Installation instructions are listed below. Please, make sure you have installed dependencies before opening issue here.

Since version 1.5 only slash commands are supported. If you'd like to use old-fashioned commands and commands prefix feature consider installing 1.4 version which is the last one compatible with those.

Installation (Short)

  1. git clone
  2. cd YusarinBot
  3. pip install -r requirements.txt
  4. cp config_example.json config.json
  5. nano config.json
  6. python

Installation (Detailed)

  1. Download and install Python 3.8+
  2. Download bot's release:
  3. Unpack your archive to folder. Name it YusarinBot for example
  4. Change working directory using cd YusarinBot or cd FolderYouHaveCreated
  5. If you're using Linux system - install dependencies for Pycord
  6. Run pip install -r requirements.txt to install dependencies
  7. [Optionally] run pip install -r requirements-optional.txt to install optional dependencies
  8. Create new Discord application at
  9. You can rename it however you want, set needed descriptions etc
  10. Go to "Bot" tab and enable application as bot
  11. Copy token of your bot
  12. Copy config_example.json to config.json
  13. Open file config.json with your favorite text editor and paste your token as value of "bot_token" key
  14. Copy your own Discord ID and paste it as value of "owner" key (How to get ID:
  15. Bot is ready! Run it using python

Config explanation

Default configuration file is available here

  • "debug" - Option that enables more detailed log messages [Boolean]
  • "owner" - Discord ID of user who will be able to execute admin commands ($shutdown for example) [Integer]
  • "bot_name" - Name of your bot. Is not used anywhere yet [String]
  • "bot_token" - Token of your Discord bot [String]
  • "bot_prefix" - Default prefix for all bot commands [String]
  • "bot_locale" - Default language file of bot. Name of file in locale folder without extension is used [String]
  • "bot_activity" - The name (string) of the song bot will be listening to [String]
  • "color_default" - HTML color used in help messages embed [String]
  • "color_ok" - HTML color used on command success embed [String]
  • "color_warn" - HTML color used in all warning embeds [String]
  • "color_error" - HTML color used on command error embed [String]
  • "enable_nomic" - Option that allows you to create additional text channel for "nomic" purposes [Boolean]
  • "bot_site" - http or https link that will be used in help message header [String]
  • "bot_icon" - http or https link that will be used in help message header's icon [String]
  • "check_for_updates" - Option that defines whether bot should check for a new version available [Boolean]
  • "auto_clear_trash" - Option that defines whether bot should clean all buggy inactive channels every "auto_clear_timer" seconds [Boolean]
  • "auto_clear_timer" - Option that defines how often "auto_clear_trash" will do its job [Integer]


  1. Bot doesn't have any self updaters yet
  2. You can add public version of the bot to your Discord server using this link:
  3. If you have questions/suggestions - just join our Discord Support Server