Using the /party command

The /party command is a great way to chat to your friends in private. Only players within the /party are able to see the messages. There are a few commands you’ll need to know to successfully create your party.

General Commands:
/party – Open party GUI.
/partychat Toggles party chat. Alias: /pc
/party create – Creates a party with the given name.
/party info – Shows party leader, party members, and the party name.
/party add – Invites a player to your party.
/party accept – Accepts the party invite.
/party deny – Denies the party invite.
/party join – Request to join the specified party.
/party leave – Leaves your current party.
/party shareitem – Share item tooltip from item in your main hand with party.

Party Leader Commands:
/party remove – Removes specified player from your party.
/party disband – Disbands the current party, removing everyone.
/party rename – Give your party a new name.
/party promote – Promotes a new player to the leader.
/party toggle – Toggle whether or not players can request to join.
/party summon – Request that all party members teleport to you.

How to join?

To play on our server you must be in our Discord Server. This is where announcements, and updates will be posted along with where our community communicates. In order to play on the TogetherCraft server you must fill out a Newcomer application in the #how-to-join-faq channel on Discord.
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