Some servers prefer to have new members fill in an Application to join. This guide will show you how to create and manage applications if you have more than one.
Note: Applications are used for joining your Server only. We suggest using Forms for applications that you might use within your Server to enter your internal Groups/staff positions etc.
What's covered in this article?
- Creating and managing applications
- Editing an application
- Inviting members to apply
- Receiving applications
- Sorting and searching applications
- Navigate to the Applications section.
- Upon Server and group creation, basic applications will be generated automatically for each game on your Server. You can choose to toggle these on or off in the Applications settings, accessed via the cog icon.
- If you want to close applications for your team, slide the toggle to off and click Confirm.
- The Recruitment indicator will show as closed.
- To re-open Recruitment, reverse the process above.
To select your applications, click Edit applications.
If you have games added to your team, choose the application you want to edit from the dropdown menu.
We recommend you read our guide on How to create forms before creating an application.
- Preview your application anytime while editing, and click Save when you're happy.
IMPORTANT: If using applications for different games, use the dropdown menu to select the correct application and ensure that the Require application to join option is turned on.
A notification will display on your server badge and the Applications tab when a new application is received.
- Navigate to the Applications tab to review applicants.
- View each application and accept/decline as appropriate; members who have the proper permissions will be able to show interest in an application by clicking Upvote.
💡 Did you know: You can create a bot flow to assign a role to new members
- To sort your applications, click the filter button and select the options that apply.
- To change your filter selections, deselect the boxes or hit Clear.