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You can read the instructions sent by the bot, then type  
 
You can read the instructions sent by the bot, then type  
  
  <nowiki>/msg @corebot:hope.net request 01aee0f1c2793578d6e20e5e93865e2d7035f3c92f754dad134ecaae8fde709d</nowiki>
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  <nowiki>/msg @corebot:hope.net</nowiki>
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This will open a private message with the bot. Then you type:
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<nowiki>request 01aee0f1c2793578d6e20e5e93865e2d7035f3c92f754dad134ecaae8fde709d</nowiki>
  
 
If you have a second token, repeat the command.
 
If you have a second token, repeat the command.

Revision as of 20:28, 21 July 2020

Using the HOPE conference bot

Direct message the HOPE CoreBot (@corebot:hope.net) with the token(s) you have received. It will be a 64 character long string of letters and numbers. Send one message to the bot for each token you have:

Regular attendees:

       request <your-token>

Presenters:

       presenter <your-token>

Volunteers:

       volunteer <your-token>

Send the bot the message

       help

to repeat this message.

Example:

You arrive in the HOPE Welcome channel. You're an attendee, and you recieved the invite token 01aee0f1c2793578d6e20e5e93865e2d7035f3c92f754dad134ecaae8fde709d via email.

You can read the instructions sent by the bot, then type

/msg @corebot:hope.net

This will open a private message with the bot. Then you type:

request 01aee0f1c2793578d6e20e5e93865e2d7035f3c92f754dad134ecaae8fde709d

If you have a second token, repeat the command.

You can also message the bot by clicking on the "+" in the UI and typing @corebot:hope.net, then type:

request <your-token>