You need to run the setup command first, without it the bot won't do much. Use s/setup or @ServerStats setup to run the setup. The following counter are supported all members, members, bots, channels, categories, voice, text, roles, online, offline, role, emojis, static, animated, bans, connected, status, playing and minecraft, use s/counter or @ServerStats counter to see more information about the counters.
Send all the commands if you don't put a command after it else it will if info about the command.
Sends info about how to customize the counters.
Sends a pong message with latency.
Sends an invite link for the bot.
Sends instructions on how to vote for the bot.
Sends instructions on how to donate.
Sends info about how to get help.
Sends info about our partners.
Send you a list of the top 10 DBL voters.
This command will set up the bot and create the 3 default counters.
With this command you can turn on/off counter.
This will send all the data saved about your server.
This will create a new category and puts the counter under it. (you don't need a category)
This will change the prefix.
This will change the permission needed for using admin commands.
This will create a join and leave log channel.
This will create a minecraft server info counter (port is not required).
This will create a goal counter and message.
Sends info about the bot.
Sends info about the server.
Sends info about an user.
Sends info about an role.
Sends info about an channels.
Sends info about an invite.
Sends the avatar form an user.
This will check if the bot has the right permissions to do stuff.
Show the amount of server the bot gained.