/help - shows this help command
/play <YouTube url> - adds the linked youtube video to the queue or starts playing if queue is empty
/search <query> - searches for a youtube video and then adds to the queue or starts playing if queue is empty
/skip - skips the current song in queue
/stop - stops me playing all together
Enter a name and confirm the pop-up window but clicking the "Create" button.
Here you can edit the applications name, description or avatar
Most importantly you can copy the Application ID (sometimes referred to as the Client ID), which we'll need in step's 8 and 9
Select the "Bot" tab on the left hand side. Click the "Add Bot" button on the right and confirm the pop-up window by clicking "Yes, do it!".
In this panel, you can give your bot a snazzy avatar and set its username. Most importantly you can copy the Bot Token, which we'll need in step 8
Enter Bot Token, Client ID and Guild ID, as well as any other required info into the config.json