NametagEdit Plugin (1.20.1, 1.19.4) is a powerful and versatile tool for Minecraft server administrators. This plugin allows you to customize the display names and prefixes of players, adding a unique touch to your Minecraft server. Whether you want to highlight the ranks of players, add a fun nickname, or simply make your server more personalized and engaging, NametagEdit is the tool for you.


  • NametagEdit allows you to add custom prefixes and suffixes to player names. This feature is great for distinguishing between different ranks or roles on your server.
  • With NametagEdit, you can also customize the names displayed in the tab list, providing a consistent experience across all aspects of your server.
  • NametagEdit allows for both group and player-specific tags. This means you can set a general tag for a group of players, like “Admin” or “Mod”, and also set individual tags for specific players.
  • The plugin supports priority levels, meaning that if a player is part of multiple groups, the tag from the highest priority group will be displayed.
  • NametagEdit provides an API for developers, allowing them to integrate and interact with the plugin in their own plugins.


  • /ne or /nametagedit: Displays the help menu.
  • /ne reload: Reloads the configuration from disk.
  • /ne groups: Lists all groups.
  • /ne players: Lists all players with custom tags.
  • /ne group <group> <prefix/suffix> <new value>: Sets a new prefix or suffix for a group.
  • /ne player <player> <prefix/suffix> <new value>: Sets a new prefix or suffix for a player.


  • nametagedit.use: Allows use of the /ne command.
  • nametagedit.reload: Allows use of the /ne reload command.
  • nametagedit.edit.self: Allows a player to edit their own tag.
  • nametagedit.edit.others: Allows a player to edit other players’ tags.
  • nametagedit.edit.groups: Allows a player to edit group tags.
  • nametagedit.override: Allows a player to edit tags regardless of priority levels.


How to install:

  • Download a plugin of your choice.
  • Place the .jar and any other files in your plugin’s directory.
  • Run the server and wait for it to fully load.
  • Type stop in your Minecraft server console to bring the server to a clean stop.
  • Run the server.
  • All done! Your plugin should be installed and ready to be used.

NametagEdit Plugin (1.20.1, 1.19.4) Download Links

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