Configuring and managing your server

How to Disable Player Advancement Announcements

In Minecraft, advancements are a way of tracking and displaying a player's progress as they accomplish certain goals or milestones in the game. By default, when a player earns a new advancement, the game will announce it to all other players on the server. However, this feature can be disabled if it becomes distracting or annoying. Here's how to disable player advancement announcements:

  1. Login to your panel

  2. Open the WebFTP

  3. Locate the server.properties file in your server's directory. This file contains various settings for your server.

  4. Edit the server.properties file with the WebFTP Editor.

  5. Look for the line that reads "announce-player-achievements=true". Change the value to "false".
    If you don't find the occurence, add it at the bottom of the file.

  6. Save the server.properties file and restart your Minecraft server.

Once the server has restarted, players will no longer receive announcements when another player earns an advancement. If you want to enable the feature again later, simply change the value back to "true" in the server.properties file and restart the server.