Good Knight mod Quick Start Guide
Congratulations! Your server admin has given you permissions as a Good Knight mod. Now what?
You will not be able to access any commands until you have set your password. Run the
/password-managecommand. Any command that requires a password must be used in the Good Knight admin channel, usually named
#good-knight-admin. If you do not have access to the Good Knight admin and/or Good Knight log channels, ask your server admin to give you these permissions in the channels:
Use Application Commands
Review the permissions that you that you have access
When a message contains an unapproved link or is from an unregistered webhook in a channel that Good Knight is monitoring, the message will be auto-deleted and reposted in the Good Knight logs channel, usually named
#good-knight-logs. Good Knight will repost the full message along with a list of the links/webhooks that were moderated. Remember, Good Knight also monitors messages and webhooks sent by other bots!
If there's a link that should be allowed, you can register it with Good Knight and the bot will no longer delete messages sent with that link. Links can be registered or unregistered using the
/link-registercommand. As an alternative, links can be registered directly from a drop-down menu sent with the deleted message in the
#good-knight-logschannel. This menu is only present for a short time.
Links can be registered in two different ways:
Specific Link- Only this exact URL will be allowed in your server
Global Link- URL domains and path parts are registered which allows any other URL containing that exact structure to be posted in your server. For example: if you register
goodknightbot.com/overview, messages including links like https://docs.goodknightbot.com/overview/features will be allowed
Security minded servers following the shielded mass mentions method restrict your use of @everyone, @here, and @<role> mentions, and place them behind Good Knight password protection. You can create announcements or mass mention people through the
/postcommand, and even create pretty looking embedded messages this way.
/postcommand also provides a quick way to share an unregistered link without having to go through the link registration process. This is especially useful for links that you will only be sharing once.