How to upload a macro, manage Store listing, back up macros

Developer Account

The first thing that you need to do is to sign up for a Developer Account.

Join our Discord to get access to the Developer Account Registration Form.

We need a reliable way for us and other users to contact you and we chose Discord for that, so having a Discord account is one of the requirement

You will also be required to upload one macro as part of the registration process. So read on

Upload Macro

To upload a macro go to Store -> Upload -> +

Store Listing

Fill out the information about your macro that will appear in your Store listing

  • Name: Name of your macro
  • Version: The current macro version. You can use whatever you like as long as it conveys to the users the progress of your macro. This should also match the file version
  • Game: Name of the game this macro was made for. You should use the name the system has chosen when first creating a new macro
  • Minimum App Version: Default set to the current version, this ensure that the users using your macro is on the same version as yours for maximum compatibility. Users on lower version will be asked to update the app before downloading
  • Description: Description for your macro. You should at least provide two things: "What does this macro do?" and "How to use this macro"
  • Release Note: Use when you update your macro. Let users know what have changed in the new version. You don't need to keep the update log in Description anymore
  • Icon: Select an icon for your macro. Max size is 512x512
  • File: The actual macro file that you will upload

When you upload new macro or update old macro, your changes will be reviewed by the Reviewers and it will only be applied when approved. Until then you can make as many changes as you like but beware that your changes will be queued to the end of the Reviewers's list every time you submitted.


You can apply style, heading, add images and links to the Description and Release Note of your macro by using markdown

Learn markdown here:


You can localize the Description and Release Note of your macro by using Language Tag. Example:

This is a macro description
<fr>Ceci est une description de macro</fr>

If the user device's language is set to French (fr) then whatever in the fr tag will be shown, others that does not match the language tag will see the default "untag" description

For the full list of language code:


Developers will gain access to backup feature. Access from 3-dot menu -> Tools -> Backup

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