The message counting plugin can decide where messages can be counted, how often they can be counted, and even assign roles to users who send enough messages.
The message count delay of your server is the number of seconds that need to pass between each counted message before Invite Tracker counts another message.
For example, if a user sends a message which Invite Tracker counts and the message count delay in that server is 10 seconds, Invite Tracker will not count any other messages sent by that same user before 10 seconds have passed. This is to stop people from spamming messages to be at the top of the message count leaderboard.
Every server's default message count delay is 0 seconds.
A good message count delay is 10 seconds.
A server's message count delay must be between 0 and 300 seconds.
This is where you can blacklist a channel from having messages counted. Messages sent by users in a blacklisted channel will not be counted towards their total amount of messages sent.
A good idea would be to blacklist any bot-designated channels. This is because usually, you do not want people to gain messages for spamming lots of commands.
Free servers can only have a maximum of 5 blacklisted channels.
Premium servers can have an unlimited amount blacklisted channels.
This is where you can blacklist members from having their messages counted by using their user IDs. Messages sent by message-blacklisted users are not tracked by Invite Tracker and they do not gain any messages.
Be careful not to blacklist the wrong users.
The Highest Mode decides whether users keep all of the reward roles they have managed to acquire or only the role that requires the most amount of messages. To keep the highest role, enable the Highest Mode setting. To keep all the roles added keep the Highest Mode setting disabled.
A reward role is a role that is assigned to a user when they have sent a certain amount of messages.
Free servers can only have a maximum of 5 reward roles.
Premium servers can have an unlimited amount of reward roles.