The list of all commands are
addcheckuser - Adds a new user to the special users list addsalute - Adds a given statement to the list of salutations alive - Returns a test reply to inform that the bot is alive blacklist - Adds a given statement to the list of blacklisted words check - Checks the sanity of a given post delete - Deletes a given comment feedback - Provides feedback on a given post fetch - Returns a list of posts that need feedback, See the wiki for more details halp - Plop, check it out help - Returns information regarding the chatbot hi - Hi, Test it out isblacklisted - Checks if the given statement is blacklisted iswhitelisted - Checks if the given statement is whitelisted opt-in - Notifies the user of the requested posts, see the wiki for more details opt-out - Unnotifies the user. quota - Returns the remaining API Quota reboot - Reboots the bot remind - Adds a reminder to the list of requests rmblacklist - Removes the given statement from blacklist rmreq - Removes the request from the list of requests rmwhitelist - Removes the given statement from whitelist report - Reports the mentioned post as a true negative NAA/VLQ say - Echoes the user input send - Sends a mass feedback, see the wiki for more details showreqs - Shows the list of requests status - Returns the status of the bot stopflagging - Stops auto flagging test - Tests a mock body if it would be caught for any filters whitelist - Adds a given statement to the list of whitelisted words wishBD - Wishes the user a very happy birthday commands - Returns the list of commands associated with this bot
blacklist command is used to blacklist a given sentence so that the bot picks up those and uses them while applying the blacklist filter. The
rmblacklist is used to remove a blacklisted sentence.
As the blacklist filter has a high value, only words which might strongly imply a Non-Answer must be blacklisted.
whitelist command is similar to the
blacklist command. The bot uses it while applying the whitelist filter. The
rmwhitelist is used to remove a whitelist.
addsalute command is used to add a salutation which is normally used to end Non-answers. The salutations filter checks if the listed word is present in the last 3 lines.
The command to
opt-in for a tag needs three arguments. They are the tag, the type of the post and whether to notify when the user is inside the room or not. The third argument defaults to notifying the user only when they are inside room.
@Natty opt-in [python] all: This notifies the user of all the posts identified by the bot tagged python, only when they are present in the room.
@Natty opt-in [python] naa: This notifies the user of all the posts that are identified as NAA by the bot and tagged python, only when they are present in the room.
@Natty opt-in [python] all always: This notifies the user of all the posts identified by the bot tagged python, whether the user is present in the room, or not.
@Natty opt-in [python] naa always: This notifies the user of all the posts that are identified as NAA by the bot and tagged python, whether the user is present in the room, or not.
@Natty opt-in all naa: This notifies the user of all the posts that are identified as NAA by the bot only when they are present in the room.
@Natty opt-in all all always: This notifies the user of all the posts identified by the bot, whether the user is present in the room, or not.
opt-out command unlists the users only when the arguments are the same as those provided when they opted in. Using
opt-out everything opts out an user from all notifications.
The fetch command also takes a few arguments that can be used to get the posts that have not received feedback. The command alone, without any arguments returns a list of answerIds. The other options are
links: This returns the answerIds of the posts along with the links to those posts. This is useful to send bulk feedback.
deleted: This returns the answerIds of the posts which are deleted.
amount: This returns the number of available posts in the feedback queue.
Sentinel: This returns the Sentinel links of the posts.
FMS: This returns the FMS links of the post.
Adding a number argument, returns the requested amount only. For example, to fetch 10 reports, we can use
@Natty fetch links 10.
send command can be used to send mass feedback. However the feedback must be in the order of what is present in the feedback queue. The argument
reverse can be used to send the feedback in the bottoms-up manner.
feedback command can be used to send feedback to an individual report. The format of the command is
feedback postlink feedbackType.
feedback command can be used to correct an incorrectly passed feedback, by re-sending the correct feedback. (The feedback can be monitored on Sentinel)
Few commands like
are just small commands to keep the room in a lively mood.
Apart from the usual feedback commands, the following other commands are present:
delete- Deletes the message replied to.
autoflagged- Informs if a post has been autoflagged.
why- Returns the list of reasons as to why a post has been detected.
who- Returns the list of users who have provided feedback.
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