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The default prefix for Wellness is a period. However, this may cause some conflict on servers where other bots also respond to the same prefix. If you run into a situation where switching to another prefix may make it easier to use Wellness, you can change Wellness's prefix easily server-wide. Please note that new prefixes must have no spaces anywhere in them.
To change the prefix, run the command "settings prefix newprefix" and replace newprefix with the new prefix you wish to use.
Wellness attempts to check all clickable links sent in chat against the Google Safe Browse database, to make sure they are safe to visit. When it finds an unsafe link, Wellness reacts to it with a red circle, which will expand into a notice of why the site was flagged. By default this is enabled, but if the service isn't working correctly or is annoying, you can disable it easily.
- Enabled (Default): All URLs sent on the server are scanned to be sure they are safe.
- Disabled: No URLs sent on the server are scanned to be sure they are safe.
To change this setting, run the command "settings safenet enable/disable" and pick whether you want to enable or disable Safenet.
Wellness has a built-in feature to mention a random user if someone types '@someone' into chat. This is purely a fun feature and has no productivity purpose. By default it is disabled to prevent abuse, but if you wish to enable the functionality, you can do so easily.
- Enabled: @someone can be used by anyone on the server.
- Disabled (Default): @someone won't work on the server.
To change this setting, run the command "settings @someone enable/disable" and pick whether you want to enable or disable @someone.