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How to change server name in Minecraft

If you have found yourself bored of playing with the same plain old boring settings in Minecraft, then you have come to the perfect place to change the way you perceive the game. Add a bit more dazzle to your player with this step-by-step we have prepared for you today! If your MOTD looks great, then you are guaranteed to feel great! No one denies that aesthetic is an important point if you want all the other players to be jealous of you, so go on and follow the steps! Configuring a different server is rather a challenge if you are not familiar with the technical side of the game, and this is where we have decided to step in. The following seven steps are sure to make your life in the world of Minecraft a whole lot more interesting!

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Before we go into the whole shebang, we have to inform you that you must long into Multicraft first if you want to change your MOTD or a Public Minecraft Server Name in the client. The Multicraft is a Minecraft Hosting Solution, if you are wondering. You will then have to select your server and stop it to proceed to the actual instruction. The steps would look something like these:

Step 1. Click on the drop-down box that says ‘Files’ and which is situated on the left-hand side of your control panel.

Step 2. Click the ‘Configuration’ button.

Step 3. Hit the ‘Minecraft Server Settings’ button to open the actual settings of the game.

Step 4. Scroll down the page to find the ‘Server Message’ field. If you cannot find it, then try looking for the ‘A MinecraftServer’ field. See the image added below for reference.

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Step 5. Remove ‘A Minecraft Server’ writing and type in the display the message you want to choose.

If you want your message to have a different color, then you should definitely check out the color codes for Minecraft or for Bukkit. If you want to color your message in, then enter the color code you want to use before sending a certain message.

Step 6. Once you are done with all of that and are happy with how it turned out, you should click the ‘Save’ button.

Step 7. After that, you can successfully run your server and enjoy the newly applied changes. Look how great your personalized Minecraft server message works! Fantastic, isn’t it?

Please, however, note, that you must restart your server every single time you want to change your MOTD. If you are a user of Vanilla Minecraft, then you should definitely pay attention to the fact that it cannot use the Bukkit color codes mentioned above. However, the Bukkit feature can use all the Minecraft color codes.

There is also a way using which you would be able to change your server name a lot quicker. Navigate to the details page of the responding server and then locate the ‘Name’ entry field. Once you have done that, you have to type your new server name and then click the ‘Save’ button once you are successful with this.

 

There you have it! You are now able to change your server name whenever you would like to by simply returning to this article and following the aforementioned steps. Good luck with your game!  

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