Tips and Tricks

Use command shorthands

PluralKit has a couple of useful command shorthands to reduce the typing:

Original Shorthand
pk;system pk;s
pk;system list pk;s l
pk;system list full pk;s l f
pk;system fronter pk;s f
pk;system fronthistory pk;s fh
pk;system frontpercent pk;s fp
pk;member pk;m
pk;member new pk;m n
pk;switch pk;sw
pk;message pk;msg
pk;autoproxy pk;ap

Permission checker command

If you’re having issues with PluralKit not proxying, it may be an issue with your server’s channel permission setup. PluralKit needs the Read Messages, Manage Messages and Manage Webhooks permission to function.

To quickly check if PluralKit is missing channel permissions, you can use the pk;permcheck command in the server in question. It’ll return a list of channels on the server with missing permissions. This may include channels you don’t want PluralKit to have access to for one reason or another (eg. admin channels).

If you want to check permissions in DMs, you’ll need to add a server ID, and run the command with that. For example: pk;permcheck 466707357099884544. You can find this ID by enabling Developer Mode and right-clicking (or long-pressing) on the server icon.