Using the Game Management Panel Console

Learn How to Use the Game Management Panel Console

When managing a Minecraft Server, you have the ability to run console commands not only within the game but also in the Game Panel. This can save you time by allowing commands to run without logging into the actual game. Quickly find out information about your server or make changes using Minecraft commands.

This guide will show you how to use the Console in the Game Management Panel. We’ll also show you how to use the help command to view available commands or find out more information about the usage of a specific command.

Using the Console

Becoming familiar with using the console can go a long way to saving you time and helping you become an empowered server administrator. In the long run, this can encourage users to use your service since it will run smoothly and reliably.

  1. Login to the Game Management Panel.
  2. Select an instance then the Manage button on the right.
  3. Click the Console link on the main menu.
    Accessing the Console in the Game Management Panel
  4. If you see the Wake Up button, click it, since it means the instance is asleep.
  5. Now that the server is awake you can type your commands in the prompt field at the bottom of the page and then click the Enter key. You can run the help command to see a list of available options.
  6. If you want to know more about a command, you can enter help then the name of the command. For example, I will run the following command:
    help reload

    I then got the following result explaining the usage:
    --------- Help: /reload -------------------------
    Description: Reloads the server configuration and plugins
    Usage: /reload
    Aliases: rl

Congratulations, now you know how to use the Console in the Game Management Panel! Check out our Minecraft Product Guide for more helpful tutorials.

John-Paul Briones Content Writer II

John-Paul is an Electronics Engineer that spent most of his career in IT. He has been a Technical Writer for InMotion since 2013.

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