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Rose can automatically reply to certain words in your group chat! This feature can be extremely useful, and there are multiple scenarios which you might find yourself wanting to setup this feature. Perhaps you want to make your chat a little more lively and just have Rose reply to certain words. Or maybe your users keep asking a certain question or two that you’re tired of answering. Rose can answer these for you!

Adding Filters

Depending on what you want to do, you can have Rose reply to any message where a certain word is used, or you can have her reply to messages that contain a specific phrase. Which of these you decide to do is up to you!

Adding A Single-Word Filter

Adding a single-word filter to Rose requires three things: the filter command, the word you want Rose to reply to, and the reply itself. You can add a filter by issuing the below command:

/filter <word> <reply>

Example Scenario

Let’s say you wanted Rose to reply to anyone who used the word “puppies” in a message, and that you wanted her to reply with a message that said “I love puppies!” To accomplish this, you would issue the command as shown below:

/filter puppies I love puppies!

Now, any time a user send a message that contains the word “puppies” anywhere within their message, Rose will reply to their message with “I love puppies!”

Adding A Multi-Word Filter

But what if you only want Rose to reply to a specific phrase? We can accomplish this by replacing the single word with a phrase, and adding quotes around it. You would issue the command like below:

/filter "<phrase>" <reply>

Let’s do another example to illustrate this. So in this case, every time a user says “I love dogs”, we want Rose to reply to them by saying “I love dogs too!”. To do this, you would issue the following command:

/filter "I love dogs" I love dogs too!

Replying To Users With Images/Stickers/etc.

So what if instead of having Rose reply to a word or phrase with a message, you want her to reply with a sticker, photo, or some other attachment? This can easily be done! To do this, you would simply issue the filter command like below, while replying to the attachment:

/filter <word>
/filter “<phrase>”

Example Scenario

Let’s say someone posts a sticker of a dog in your group chat, and you want Rose to reply to anyone who types the word “dog” with this sticker. To do this, you would reply to the sticker with the following:

/filter dog

Removing A Filter

Removing a filter is incredibly easy. To remove a filter, simply issue either of the following commands, depending on whether the filter you want to remove is a single word or a phrase:

/stop <word>
/stop “<phrase>”

Listing Your Filters

If at any time you want to check what words or phrases you have set up filters for in your chat, you can issue the below command:

/filters