Ability to kick members with an optional warning.
Ability to ban members with an optional warning.
You can also ban people temporarily using the
Ability to purge last X amount of messages in a channel.
Advanced purge commands allow you to purge messages from bots only, specific users, between specific time frames and more!
You can assign mutes to members with an optional reason.
You can either use a custom mute role or let Cakey Bot generate a default mute role.
If you have multiple mute roles Cakey bot will either use the first valid one or the one specific set in Cakey Bot's configuration.
You can also mute people temporarily using the
You can place a warning on users with a specific reason
Warnings get logged to your Audit Log if one is setup
You can see how many warnings a user has gained, as well as their reasons and who warned them each time.
You can mute, kick, ban and warn users silently using "-s" or "-silent" anywhere in the reason section of the command.
If you are wanting Cakey Bot to automatically handle moderation you can check out this section for more information.
You can warn users with a given reason using the
!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 setup for Cakey Bot. If you want to remove a specific warning from a user you can simply do
!unwarn <user> <warning ID>.
When you run the
!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:
If you have set a mute role with
!setting muterole or have one set in the web dashboard, Cakey Bot will use that role.
If you have not manually set a mute role, Cakey Bot will scan for any role with the name "Muted", if it finds one it will use that role.
If Cakey Bot does not find a "Muted" role, it will generate a brand new role with appropriate permissions
You can also mute people temporarily. It works exactly like normal muting above and requires the same setup/permissions but it will automatically remove the mute after the specified time. You can temporarily mute someone by using the
!tempmute <user> <time> <opt:reason>command.
When you run most moderation commands on a user, they send a DM/Notification to the user via private messages. There are some instances where you may not want this capability. You can cancel sending a DM notification by adding
-silent anywhere in the "reason" section of the command.
!warn TestSubject -s Spamming the chat will add a warning to the user but will not send a DM to them.