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Fabjourney Bot Instructions (collect Midjourney assets)

💡 What is Fabjourney bot?

Fabjourney bot helps to collect Midjourney prompts and images within a Discord server. It uses commands to extract relevant information, which is then organized into Fabrie file transfer hub for easy use and sharing. Fabrie also ensures the privacy and security of user data through advanced encryption and access control mechanisms.

How to use Fabjourney bot?



Sign up your Fabrie account: https://www.fabrie.com/signup, because you need a Fabrie account to receive collected assets.
There are two options to use Fabjourney bot easily, pick one as needed:
Option 1 (recommended) - Join our server in Discord and use the bot in #midjouney-ideas channel: https://discord.com/invite/ZQbCwTE8HM
Option 2 - Add the bot to your own server with the authorization link.
Use /bind command to bind your Fabrie account with your discord account, after that, use /collect command to start collecting your recent generated assets.

Learn more about details below


The official Fabrie Discord server has integrated Midjourney and the Fabjourney. Feel free to join the group to try out MJ image generation and bot collection services. If you want to integrate the bot into your own Discord server, please continue reading below:

Before you start, make sure:



Ensure admin privileges to add and authorize a bot on your Discord server.
Integrate Fabrie with Midjourney for the "/collect" command.
Follow server rules for sharing Midjourney content with Fabrie.
Learn Discord bot commands for effective use of Fabrie.



If everything’s ready, then it’s good to go, just log in your Fabrie whiteboard, then click “File transfer hub” to get started.



How to use Fabjourney:



Here are step-by-step instructions on how to use Fabjourney to collect Midjourney prompts and images in a Discord server:

Add and authorize Fabrie to your Discord server.



Connect your Discord and Fabrie accounts by typing the "/bind" command in the Discord server.

Note: Please pick International site to bind Fabrie global account.



Once the accounts are connected successfully, use the "/collect" command in the Discord channel that has already integrated the Midjourney service, then type in a number (1~100) for the amount of assets you wish to collect, duplicate items will be automatically skipped.



The bot will create a task and show the collection progress in real-time. The progress status will include:
- "Total found" for all assets recognized by the bot.
- "Collected to fabrie" for all assets collected to Fabrie. (Recent 100 images maximum generated by yourself)
- "Failed" for all assets that failed to collect. (Check network or free up file transfer hub space)
- "Skipped" for all assets recognized but skipped collection due to duplication.



Once the collection is complete, you can find all collected assets in Fabrie's file transfer hub.



Drag the collected images to Fabrie's whiteboard and continue the design workflow with Fabrie AI Design Copilot using collected prompts.



💡 Tips:

You can also collect any Midjourney assets by right click on the image and select “Apps” - “Collect to Fabrie”.



By following these steps, you can use Fabrie AI bot to collect and organize Midjourney prompts and images within your Discord server for easy retrieval and sharing among community members.

Bonus: How to use Midjourney to generate images?



Heads Up: Midjourney isn't free anymore. They used to offer a free trial for 25 images, but that stopped in April 2023. Now, Midjourney costs $10 a month (Basic Plan) or $60 a month (Premium Plan). With the Basic Plan, you can make up to 100 images every month. The Premium Plan lets you create up to 500 images a month and comes with cool extras like making bigger images and trying out different image styles.

Feeling a bit overwhelmed? Well, you might like the Fabrie Imagine AI right inside the Fabrie Whiteboard! Give it a try! Check it out here

Here's how to generate images using Midjourney:

In any Discord server channel that's hooked up with the Midjourney service (like the Fabrie official channel), use the /imagine command. It'll guide you to create a grid of options for a low-res image. Under each image option, use the buttons to create different image styles, make the image bigger, or rerun the last Midjourney Bot action. Here's a little visual guide for you:



Upscale Buttons
U1 U2 U3 U4 U buttons upscale an image generating a larger version of the selected image and adding more details.

Redo
🔄 The redo (re-roll) button reruns a job. In this case, it would rerun the original prompt producing a new grid of images.

Variation Buttons
V1 V2 V3 V4 V buttons create incremental variations of the selected grid image. Creating a variation generates a new image grid similar to the chosen image's overall style and composition.

For more information, check out
Midjourney interface guide

Bonus: How to organize prompts and assets?



Utilize the Fabrie table to efficiently arrange Midjourney prompts and assets. Just select the clipped assets on the whiteboard and seamlessly import them into the table for organization via drag-and-drop.

Updated on: 12/10/2023

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