Oh, I thought you didn’t read it, my bad.
Okay, so to set it, go to the spam protection setting on your dashboard.
Then make sure the filter is
enabled, if it’s not, you’ll have an
enable button to click on.
Now, let’s have a look at the
: the two settings you might want to adjust are the
: Nightbot can’t ban, it can only timeout, for the first time of the stream someone is caught spamming, Nightbot will only timeout the user for 5 seconds, if it happens again, Nightbot will timeout the user for the amount of time you set up there, it’s in seconds, so 600 equals to 10min.
: that’s the percentage of repetition before it’s considered spam, basically, if it’s set to 50% and if I say
the cat is blue
the cat is black
, Nightbot will consider this as a repetition and issue a timeout. If it’s set to 100%, the user will have to write exactly the same message to be caught.
Now, when it comes to your user spamming
hi, if they don’t post it very frequently, like 5 times over an hour instead of 5 times under 5 minutes, Nightbot probably won’t catch them. Nightbot isn’t there to replace your mods, it’s a tool to assist them, they still have to work, haha! Also, I fail to see how someone saying
hi multiple time is a real trouble, they can simply be lurking, so they watch a bit of your stream, they go, and then come back, saying