Adding multiple keywords one by one to your auto-moderation rules can be quite the chore. 😰 But, good news!
There's a super straightforward way to add multiple trigger keywords all at once. This method will help you breeze through your keyword setup and speed up your workflow.
Add multiple keywords at once
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💁♀️ Here's how to do add multiple keywords to an auto-moderation rule in one go:
1. Create your list of keywords in a notepad, notes app, or Excel file – anything goes
Be sure to separate them with commas.
You can throw in some asterisks if needed. Adding an asterisk
* before, after, or on both sides of your keyword lets you catch variations with prefixes and/or suffixes (e.g.,
*blockchain works for 'enterpriseblockchain').
For example, if you were looking to block crypto spam, that'd be a handy list of keywords:
2. When creating an auto-moderation rule, find the "trigger" block
3. Copy the list of keywords from your file and paste it into the text field:
4. Ta-da!🕺You added all your keywords in one quick move:
And that's it. No more endless "enter" or "comma" clicks!