It’s had been almost a year since the last update of Minecraft was out. But finally, Minecraft put an end to the ongoing thirst of the fans for the Minecraft 1.17 update by the release on 8th June 2021. Fans are going gaga over it and all over Twitter talking about it. One thing they are recently talking about is the Lucky Robot skin released by Diluvian. The skins basically turn your character into a bright and techy robot which are available in 5 different colors. Pretty interesting right? Do try them out. Coming back to the topic, many players are confused about how to change the message on the Minecraft Server List. So to end your confusion, we have made a simple guide in this blog that will help you fix your issue quite easily.
Minecraft is a three-dimensional video game developed by Markus Persson in the Java programming language. In this game, players build and destroy various types of blocks. Survival and Creative are the game’s two major modes that players can choose from.
Interestingly, there is no specific objective of the game. You just have to go around collecting and mining blocks and build your own world at your pace. Although, in the Java edition, there is an achievement system called advancements.
We’re pretty sure this game is going to interest you, so get yourself the latest version of Minecraft and get going!
How to Change the Message on The Minecraft Server List?
One of the first things gamers get to view when getting ready to join a Minecraft server is the small description text on the server. The MOTD (Message of the Day) is a text that usually offers a bit of information about the server, such as Survival Hunger Games, Minigames Server, Down for Maintenance, and so on. The default text is ‘New Minecraft Server’, but you can change it anytime you want.
First, you will need to make the MOTD and then set it on your server.
Head to the mctools website or any other such website available.
In the first field, you can type the format of the MOTD as you want it to be.
Once you make the MOTD, locate the ‘For the server. properties’ file and copy the text.
Setting the MOTD: (for Spigot, Vanilla, Forge, and other regular types of servers)
Head to the Apex Panel and stop the server.
To the left of the panel click on ‘Config Files’, then click on Server Settings.
After that locate Message of the Day and paste the text from mctools.
Then scroll to the bottom and click on ‘Save’. Then head back to the main game panel page.
And then start the server back up.
We hope that by following these steps you were able to change the message on Minecraft’s servers!
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