Commands

Explanation of the various commands you can say to Ragebot, and what they do.
Click on the commands to expand them and view the explanation beneath it.
Please note all the commands have to be written without the “ “, and into the group chat - not in PM with Ragebot (unless stated otherwise).

Normal commands
Ragebot responds with "pong".
This is the best way to check if Ragebot is still running, or if it's temporarily down.
If it's temporarily down and not responding, it might be due to captchas - please use the Rage Doctor App to help us fix this.
This command can be used by all users in both PM and in groups, unless Permissions 3 has been enabled.

The usage command lists all available commands for Ragebot and a short explanation of their functions, along with some extra info at the bottom. It can be used by all users in both PM and in groups, unless Permissions 3 has been enabled.
Use this function if you cannot remember a command.

Wisdom
The wisdom command makes Ragebot paste a piece of wisdoms. Become enlightened.

Trigger -> Response
This is what we call substitutions.
It works simply by you typing "Trigger -> Response" into the group chat. So if someone in the group writes "Trigger", Ragebot will respond with "Response".
This can be done with pretty much any word, except for the words in the usage list and for the triggers that already exists as a part of the the admin substitutions. The substitutions are not case-sensitive.



An example of a trigger and a response.

Trigger -> Response with clickable links
This will explain how you can make a link clickable by using normal substitutions.

Write this in your group:
"Link -> Ragebot.net"
Then the link substitution will be clickable once triggered.


Normal link.


If you want to add some text to the link, do it like this:
"Link -> Ragebot.net This is the link to the website"
Then the text after the link will be displayed within the link box.


Link with text.


The clickable link function only works for substitutions with text after that contains less than 56 characters - though the link itself is excluded from the character limit.
The substitution has to start with the link itself in order to work - having a link in the middle or end of the substitution will not work.


Note: both Ragebot and the person creating the substitution need to have been in the group for more than 24 hours in order for it to work.
If you or Rage is still in "Kik jail", the substitution won't be clickable and/or it won’t trigger the substitution at all.
It should work after a maximum of 24 hours.

Delete Trigger
This command can delete whatever trigger you want it to delete. It can be used by normal users and admins alike.
However, it cannot be used by normal users on substitutions made through the admin substitutions command.



Example of setting a trigger (substitution) and deleting it again.

List
This command displays a list all of the user substitutions and admin substitutions saved in your group.


Substitutions and admin substitutions have each their section in the list.

This command displays the rules set up for the group. The rules also automatically display when a new person joins the group.
Only admins can set up the rules, though - look under "commands for admins only" for more information on this.

This command lists the admins currently detected by Ragebot inside of the group chat.
If Ragebot doesn't detect you as admin, try using the "Talkers" and "Activity" commands first, and then use the "Admins" command again.

Activity
This displays the last lurking activity in days, hours:minutes:seconds format.
Please note that Ragebot sometimes misses people's activity if it is stuck on captchas or if Ragebot has not been used for a long time.

This displays the last talking activity in days, hours:minutes:seconds format.
Just like with the "Activity" command, it may not detect someone if Ragebot is stuck on a captcha while someone is talking or if Ragebot has not been used for a long time.
This is the information that is used for the "48 mode" command.

This command displays the information regarding donations and such.
The same information can be viewed on the main page, too.
Use "donators" command in a group chat with Ragebot to view our current donators.


Commands for admins only:
This command sets up rules for the group. This also functions as a welcoming message, so when new people join the group, they will automatically be greeted by the rules.
Everyone can view the rules by typing "rules" in the group chat, but only admins can change them.



Setting rules and seeing it in function.

This command removes the rules / welcoming message for the group.

Trigger ~> Response
This is the admin-only substitutions command, only admins can set them. They can be triggered by normal users, but normal users cannot delete or edit them.
It works simply by you typing "Trigger ~> Response" into the group chat. So if someone in the group writes "Trigger", Ragebot will respond with "Response".
This can be done with pretty much any word, except for those already in the usage list.
Ragebot will always prioritize admin substitutions over normal substitutions, so if the same word is a trigger for both normal and admin substitutions, Ragebot will only answer with the admin substitution. The substitutions are not case-sensitive.



An example of an admin trigger and a response.

Trigger ~> Response with clickable links
This will explain how you can make a link clickable by using admin substitutions.
Write this in your group:
"Link ~> Ragebot.net"
Then the link substitution will be clickable once triggered.

If you want to add some text to the link, do it like this:
"Link ~> Ragebot.net This is the link to the website"
Then the text after the link will be displayed within the link box.

The clickable link function only works for substitutions with text that contains less than 56 characters - though the link itself is excluded from the character limit.
The substitution has to start with the link itself in order to work - having a link in the middle or end of the substitution will not work.

Note: both Ragebot and the person creating the substitution need to have been in the group for more than 24h in order to make it clickable. If you or Rage is still in "Kik jail", the substitution won't be clickable.

Delete all
This command deletes all normal substitutions set by users. If you did it by accident or if you change your mind, it can be undone for a limited amount of time by writing "undo" into the group chat.
It does not delete the admin-only substitutions.

Delete all admin
This command deletes all the admin-only substitutions. If you did it by accident or if you change your mind, it can be undone for a limited amount of time by writing "undo" into the group chat.
It does not delete the normal substitutions.

48 mode
In 48 mode, Ragebot kicks the people from the bottom of the "Talkers" list when the group is almost full, in order to keep a spot open for new people who want to join.
48 mode is disabled by default, but you can enable it by writing "48 mode on".
The max member capacity can be changed by saying "48 mode cap 47", or any other number. Remember that 48 mode has to be enabled, and a new person has to join the group chat in order for it to trigger and have an effect.
Please keep in mind that this does not change your actual group member limit - for any issues, check our Troubleshooting section.

Note: If you only just added Ragebot into your group, we recommend you wait a day or two before enabling this setting so Ragebot has time to accumulate a correct list of who is talking and who isn't. Otherwise it might kick people who were talking shortly before it was added into the group.


How to set cap and enable 48 mode.

Permissions
Permissions are a way of limiting Rage's response to non-admins in your group. Permissions does not affect admins in any way. There's 3 levels.

Level 1 - "permissions 1"
This is the default setting, Rage will respond to all non-admin commands from non-admins.

Level 2 - "permissions 2"
This restricts non-admins from creating or editing/deleting normal substitutions, "Trigger -> Response".
Rage will respond to all other non-admin commands from non-admins ("ping", "rules", "activity", "talkers" and so on), including previously defined trigger words.
Admins will still be able to set up normal substitutions.

Level 3 - "permissions 3" This restricts non-admins from using any commands, including "ping", "rules" and so on.
Rage will ONLY respond to pre-defined triggers from non-admins.

Rage leave
You can use this command to make Ragebot leave the group if either the owner of the group isn't around to remove Ragebot, or Ragebot has become the owner of the group.

Backup
"Backup" backs up the current group settings manually.

The backup will contain the following information:
Substitutions, Admin Substitutions, Activity list, Talkers list, Settings (for Rules & 48 Mode).

Import
"Import" lists the current backup data.
Use this before using the "Import all" command to ensure that you're importing the correct data.

Every day around noon CET, Ragebot will automatically create a backup of the groups it is in.
The backup will contain the following information:
Substitutions, Admin Substitutions, Activity list, Talkers list, Settings (for Rules & 48 Mode).
If your Ragebot gets banned, you can invite another Ragebot into your group, write "Import", check that the information is correct, and then write "Import all".
It should then import all the old lists and settings.
If you want to change your Ragebot for some reason, you can first check if it has backed up everything by writing "Import", then write "Rage leave", invite in another one and do "Import all".
Note: When a new Ragebot has been added to the group (due to permanent ban or bot-swap), it should skip saving during the first backup cycle, thus decreasing the risk of it accidentally overwriting the previous backup file and giving you more time to do the "Import all" command (~36h).

Import all
"Import all" imports the backup data listed by the "Import" command.

Every day around noon CET, Ragebot will automatically create a backup of the groups it is in.
The backup will contain the following information:
Substitutions, Admin Substitutions, Activity list, Talkers list, Settings (for Rules & 48 Mode).
If your Ragebot gets banned, you can invite another Ragebot into your group, write "Import", check that the information is correct, and then write "Import all".
It should then import all the old lists and settings.
If you want to change your Ragebot for some reason, you can first check if it has backed up everything by writing "Import", then write "Rage leave", invite in another one and do "Import all".
Note: When a new Ragebot has been added to the group (due to permanent ban or bot-swap), it should skip saving during the first backup cycle, thus decreasing the risk of it accidentally overwriting the previous backup file and giving you more time to do the "Import all" command (~36h).