/warn <user> <reason>. It will place a warning on their account which you can then view later with the
/warnings <username>. Warnings will record the date the warning was received, the reason as well as the moderator who made the warning. Warnings will also automatically post to your Audit Log if you have one set up for Cakey Bot. If you want to remove a specific warning from a user you can simply do
/unwarn <user> <warning ID>.
/mute <user>command, Cakey Bot will assign a mute role to that user preventing them from chatting/speaking in voice channels. Now, You might be asking "What role does Cakey Bot use for this?". This depends on a few factors:
/tempmute <user> <time> <opt:reason>command.
-silentanywhere in the "reason" section of the command.
/warn TestSubject -s Spamming the chatwill add a warning to the user but will not send a DM to them.
/purge <amount>. This will delete the specified number of messages as long as they are not older than 2 weeks and are not pinned.
/purge <type> <amount>. You can view a list of advanced filters below:
/purge user <user id>
/purge until <message id>
/purge between <message id> <message id>