Your server settings are all accessible through your control panel, Prisma. You can log into Prisma at any time here:

Once logged in, simply select the server you'd like to modify and then navigate to "CUSTOMIZE" > "SETTINGS". We've provided a bit more information on some of the settings below, for reference!

The first thing you'll see is the "Server Message / MOTD" field. This is your server message, a.k.a. Message of the Day (MOTD). This message is publicly displayed in the Minecraft client when your server is bookmarked.

Some commonly toggled settings are PvP, whitelisting, spawn monsters/animals, and command blocks. Think of each toggle as "on" or "off" and go forward accordingly!
If you are changing settings around, we encourage you to stop your server before you do so. Once you're done toggling, start it up!

View Distance
View distance determines how far out players can see. It's important to note that increasing your view distance can also increase the demand for resources.
It's possible you may experience lag if you increase the view distance too much.

World Type
There are various options when it comes to your world type. However, you'll need to create a new world if you decide to adjust this setting. If a new world is not added, you will not see a change when you connect to your server.
Please note that Amplified worlds are resource-demanding and may require higher limits of memory.

Just like you would do after adjusting the world type, you'll need to add a new world if you decide to add a world seed. Without a new world, the seed will not be used.

OP Permission Level
OP permission levels can be used if you wish to limit the permissions your server operators have. However, this is a global setting so you cannot adjust individual permissions without the use of a permissions plugin (note: plugins require Spigot/CraftBukkit).
The default op permission level is 4, however, you can opt to use levels 1-3 instead. The permissions are as follows:

1. Ops can bypass spawn protection.
2. Ops can use /clear, /difficulty, /effect, /gamemode, /gamerule, /give, /summon, /setblock and /tp, and can edit command blocks.
3. Ops can use /ban, /deop, /kick, and /op.
4. Ops can use /stop.

Texture Pack / Resource Pack
Linking a resource/texture pack here means that players will be prompted to install the pack upon connecting to your server. It does not force players to use the pack, which means that you should account for not all players seeing your server they way you may wish them to.

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