/maintenance launches a menu with which you can perform maintenance on the users of the group. Can be detected, for the moment:
- 😴 Inactive users
- ✍️ Unregistered users
- 👟 Users banned from the bot
- 👨👨👦👦 All users
For each option, you can download a CSV file with the information or to eject users (except for the option All users, which does not allow to eject).
A user is considered inactive if they have not made any incursions in the period chosen, between 1 and 4 months. Of course, in any case, users who have entered the group for the first time less than 10 days ago will be ignored, to avoid expelling them too soon.
The bot does not work with the list of users in real time. It is necessary to click on the button 🔄 Get the list of users each time you want to obtain the updated list. It can be done at most once an hour. When you put
/maintenance, it will tell you when was the last time the updated list was obtained.
In public groups, you don’t need to do anything extra. However, in order to get the list in private groups it is necessary to invite the group to @detpikahelper. Once the list is obtained, you can be expelled from the group.
Como [@detpikahelper] (https://t.me/detpikahelper) is a normal Telegram user and not a bot, so if he is expelled you will not be able to invite him to the group again. To fix this issue, make sure he’s no longer on the banned list and send this command to @detectivepikachubot with the group invite link:
/detpikahelper https: //t.me/joinchat/XXXxxx
By doing this, the bot will send you the link to @detpikahelper and you can join the group.