The default prefix for Invite Tracker is
-, but you can change it easily, we recommend you read the server settings section of the documentation.
Firstly, make sure the bot is not offline and that there are no current outages by checking Invite Tracker's support server's outage channel.
If there are no obvious outages, please mention the bot to check if you are using the right prefix. If it does respond, it will tell you the correct prefix you would use in front of commands. (You can not add any text other than the actual mention for this to work)
Lastly, if the bot is not responding to a mention, please make sure Invite Tracker has the right permissions. All of Invite Tracker's required permissions are listed here at Getting Started.
This feature has sadly been disabled because it is against Discord's Developer Terms of Service. Having any features that include rewarding invites just enables server advertisement in either other servers or direct messages. This is something Discord views as unsolicited advertisement, which is exactly what is against the Discord Developer Policy.
Needed to add reactions to messages such as giveaways
Needed to send statistical graphs
Needed to send embeds such as leaderboards and embedded join/leave messages
Needed to pin leaderboards and to remove reactions for giveaways
Needed to grant roles such as reward roles and auto roles
Needed to view the server's active invites so it can track them
Needed to view messages so it can either respond to or track them
Needed to view older messages so it may edit them such as pinned leaderboards and giveaways
Needed to respond to commands and send join, join dm and leave messages
Needed to use private emojis for the help pages, for example
All of Invite Tracker's required permissions are required for a reason, so please do be careful on what permissions you remove. If you do start to remove permissions, you have a high likelihood of rendering some of Invite Tracker's features useless.