Some of these commands require something called a Message ID. You can get a message's ID by enabling Developer Mode on your Discord client under Settings > Appearance > Developer Mode.
Right click on a message and click "Copy ID" to copy it's ID.
View the current reaction role settings for the server.
All commands start with reactionrole, or the rr alias.
$$rr setchannel #channel
Specify which channel to put reaction messages in.
$$rr createmsg "title" description
Create a reaction role message in the server's reaction channel using the given title and description.
Make sure you wrap your title in quotes if it has spaces.
$$rr remove message id
Remove a reaction message. This also removes all associated reaction roles.
$$rr addrole message id emote role
Add a reaction role to the given reaction message, using the input reaction emote. When reacted to, it will give that person the role.
You may notice the reaction gets removed after you react. This is completely normal behavior. To see the reaction role totals, use the $$rolecount command.
$$rr delrole message id role
Remove a reaction role from a reaction message.
$$rr edit message id title, description, or color value
Edit a reaction message's title, description, or color.
Embed Colors use hexadecimal values. Example: #3366FF
When this is enabled, users will only be allowed 1 role per reaction message.