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I'm making a map in Minecraft Education Edition, I wanted to make like a scoreboard objective that stays in the side of the screen (I saw this in Hypixel first). But I can't make a list of objectives, like: If objective not completed: §4 Task. And if Completed §2 Task. I couldn't find anything in Youtube. enter image description here

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The number you're seeing is the entity's UUID, because entities only display the UUID on the scoreboard, not their custom names. Here's the correct way:

Remember how instead of a target selector, you can just type in a player name, like this?

tp ExpertCoder14 ~ ~ ~

You can also do that with the /scoreboard command, and you can even enter a player name even if that player is not actually online, and the scoreboard will still track it as if it is real:

/scoreboard players set §2ModBay 0
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https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Scoreboard#Display_slots

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The command you're looking for is:

/scoreboard objectives

To create a new objective in Bedrock, use this:

/scoreboard objectives add <objective: string> dummy [displayName: string]

To show all the current objectives on the screen with their display names and criteria, use this command (warning: fails in Bedrock Edition if there are no objectives set!):

/scoreboard objectives list

Finally, to display score info for a specific objective in a specific display slot:

/scoreboard objectives setdisplay <list |sidebar> [objective: string]
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  • When I tried to do it it showed some random numbers, I'll edit the post and add the image. Jan 12 '21 at 14:36
  • You have to add objectives before listing them, otherwise it shows nonsense values.
    – Sciborg
    Jan 12 '21 at 14:48

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