Auto Moderation

Don't you have time to sanction those people who have a lot of warnings? This module is the solution!

Steps to activate the auto moderation system

You must replace the prefix f! by the prefix that you have assigned on the server.

It is recommended that Filo have ADMINISTRATOR permission for the system to function properly.

Filo requires the permissions SEND_MESSAGES, EMBED_LINKS, USE_EXTERNAL_EMOJIS, MANAGE_ROLES, KICK_MEMBERS, BAN_MEMBERS for the system to function properly.

This module will not penalize those people who have the ADMINISTRATOR, MANAGE_GUILD, MANAGE_ROLES, BAN_MEMBERS, KICK_MEMBERS, MUTE_MEMBERS permission.

Step 1: Activate the auto moderation module.

This is the most important step since if you do not activate auto moderation, automatic sanctions will not be granted. To activate it use f!config set autoModEnabled true .

Step 2: Set the level of moderation to grant a penalty..

This step is totally optional, since you can decide to use the default moderation levels (3, 6, 9) (recommended). If you want to set another type of moderation levels you should use the command f!config set autoModLevel1 <Number>, f!config set autoModLevel3 <Number>, f!config set autoModLevel3 <Number>.

Note that you must set the levels with at least 1 difference number (Example: 1, 2, 3; Wrong example: 1,1,1)

Step 3: Establish a penalty for each level of moderation.

This step is totally optional since you can choose to use the default moderation for each level of moderation (kick, permanent mute, permanent ban). If you want to establish a type of sanction independent of those established above, use the command f!config set autoModAction1 <BAN/MUTE/KICK>, f!config set autoModAction2 <BAN/MUTE/KICK>, f!config set autoModAction3 <BAN/MUTE/KICK>.