We have a video tutorial for giving OP to a player:
An operator (OP) is someone who has access to commands that are used in managing the server.
Among the commands that an operator has access to are changing a player's gamemode, updating server difficulty, giving items, kicking and banning players, whitelisting, and even stopping and restarting a server. You can view a list of operator commands here: https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Commands#List_of_commands
There are three ways to set a player as OP:
- Through the server console
- In-game command
- Editing the ops.json file
Giving OP through the Server Console:
- Login to your Multicraft control panel (https://mc.shockbyte.com) and navigate to your server console.
- On the textbox of your console, type op <username>. Replace <username> with the Minecraft username of the player you want to OP. For this example, we will give OP to player named Steve.
- Press enter on your keyboard or click the Send button. You will receive a confirmation message on your console indicating that the player has been made as an operator.
Giving OP In-Game:
For this method, you will need to already be an operator (OP) on the server. If you are not a server operator, you will not be able to make someone else or yourself an OP through this.
- In-game, type in the command /op <username>, replacing <username> with the Minecraft username of the player you want to make an operator. For this example, we will give OP to player named Steve.
- Press enter on your keyboard. You will receive a confirmation message indicating that the player has now been made as an operator.
Removing a Player as OP:
- To remove an operator through your server console, use the command deop <username>.
- To remove an operator in-game, use the command /deop <username>.