You can keep your members from getting out of control using this feature!
For all user-specific commands on this page, you can either supply a @username, a user ID, or reply to the message of said user.
/warn (?user) (?reason)– Warns a user
Use this command to warn the user! you can mention or reply to the offended user and add reason if needed.
/warn @JeePee Learn how to use Markdown
/resetwarns: This command is used to delete all the warns user got so far in the chat
/warnlimit (new limit): Sets a warn limit
Not all chats want to give same maximum warns to the user, right? This command will help you to modify default maximum warns. Default is 3.
The new warnlimit should be greater than 1 and less than 10,000.
/warnaction (mode) (?time)
Well again, not all chats want to ban (default) users when exceed maximum warns so this command will able to modify that.
The currently supported actions are:
ban(default) – Bans the user
mute– Mutes the user
tmute– Temporarily mutes the user
The tmute mode requires a
time argument, as you guessed (see below).
/warnaction tmute 20mthis will mute user for 20 minutes.
/warnaction banbans the user.
/warns (?user)– Lists warns of a user
Use this command to see number of warns and information about warns, which a user received in the chat.
(user) argument, you can either specify a @username, a user ID, or you can reply to a message from another user.
To see your own warns, don't specify the
/warns @usernameor just