XM8 Notification Routing for server admins

Important This feature is only available for Player Mode enabled Discord servers.

You can configure ESM to forward a copy of your Discord server member's XM8 notifications to a channel on your server. To get started, navigate to the XM8 Notification Routes section of the server dashboard.

Creating a new route

In order for ESM to be able to route a user's notifications to your server, a request must be made. This gives both you, and the user(s), the power to control which notifications are forwarded. Once you create a request, those users must accept the request from their player dashboard before the notifications will be forwarded.

Time save Are you one of those users? ESM will automatically accept your request after you create it so you don't have to accept it manually!

  1. To create a new route, click the "CREATE NEW ROUTE" button on the right hand side of the page. This will open a dialog on screen.
  2. From here, you can configure the various options for the request.
    For example, you can request to route base raid notifications from a particular server or two for three of the users on your server. Or you can forward every notification from any server they've ever joined. The choice is yours.
  3. Once you have created the request, let the user(s) know that you've sent them a request so they can go in and accept it.
    Remember, if you are that user, ESM has already accepted your request and you can skip this step.

Managing your routes

Once you have created a request, or have existing routes on your server, you can manage them from this page. To view those routes, select a channel from the drop down under the "Manage routes" section. From here, you will see the routes organized by the user and server. You may enable or disable notifications via the toggles in case you want to temporarily stop receiving them. Looking for something more permanent? Clicking "DELETE" on a notification or clicking "DELETE ALL" will permanently stop forwarding those notifications. You, or the user, will have to create a new request for those notifications if you want them back.

Managing pending requests

Just like you can create requests for a user, a user can create a request for your server and those requests will show up here. You have full control over which notifications you want to accept or decline. If you want to accept them all, click the checkbox under the types section and click "ACCEPT". Have a few requests from different users that you just want to flat out accept? Click the "ACCEPT ALL" button.