Configuration is split into 2 files: main config file named config.json and a list of connections named connections.yml.
All Miscord needs to run are Discord (and Messenger) credentials, but there's a bunch of options to customize to make Miscord suit your needs.
If you haven't created a config file yet, just run Miscord and use the wizard to easily configure it.
Default location of config file:
    Windows: %appdata%/Miscord/config.json
    Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/Miscord/config.json
    Linux: ~/.config/Miscord/config.json
    Other: ~/.miscord/config.json

How to read

    Default values are specified after property name: format = *{username}*: {content}
    Type is specified in italics after property name: Array<String> | String. Union like this means that you can specify or string ("1234"), or array of strings (["1234", "5678"]).


    logLevel = info String Levels:
    api Credentials used for API and dashboard See more here: Dashboard
      username String
      password String or
      key String
    checkUpdates = false Boolean Whether to check updates from GitHub on launch
    timezone String Used for time in the console, on plans and reminders from Messenger. List of timezones: (e.g., Europe/Warsaw or America/New_York)
    ignoredSequences Array<String> I don't even know
      error Array<String> | String Channel ID or list of channel IDs for reporting errors. Highly recommended to set up. You can also use your user ID if you want to receive DMs.
      command Array<String> | String Channel ID or list of channel IDs for receiving commands. Check the list of commands by sending @Miscord help. As above, highly recommended and you can use your user ID. When using user ID, you don't need to ping the bot.
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