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We have useful commands that you can use to manage your channels and groups.
These commands are strictly for Admin’s of the group, so if you’re not the original creator or an Admin in the Group you will not be able to use them.
These commands will also not work in groups not added to your dashboard on MYM.
What if the User does not have a Username? – If the user does not have a username on Telegram you can use their ID.
You can get their ID from the dashboard on the Users Page.
You can kick someone by typing @ in a group, tapping the person and then adding kick after.
For example @username kick
A Kick will permanantely remove them from the specific group you used the command.
If they try to rejoin, new links will not be generated and they’ll only be able to join your other groups.
This is a useful command to regulate your community.
You can also unkick people who have been kicked from a group. This works the same as kick but with unkick instead of kick. It will unkick them from the group/channel you type it in.
For example @username unkick
If you want to unkick them from multiple groups/channels, use the below command:
Once unkicked the user will be notified and will be able to rejoin the previously blocked group.
For the more serious rule breakers, such as promoters, member stealers and competition you can use the remove command.
For example @username remove
This will completely remove them from every group, ban them and cancel their subscription. If they try to rejoin, they will not get any group links, so it is impossible for them to rejoin.
This does not reinstate cancelled subscription.
This command will unban someone from every group. If they have an active subscription they can rejoin all groups again by typing /groups
For example @username unban