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You need Administrator permission to use these commands.
/verify set role @role - Set up the role that will be assigned to members after verified.
/verify set log #channel - Set up a channel where messages will be sent after the member is verified.
/verify set button #channel message [message]ᴾᴿᴱᴹᴵᵁᴹ - Allows the Staff team to configure WhatsApp Authenticator to send a message on the corresponding channel along with a button so that users can verify their access to the server replacing the traditional verification command.
/verify set log #channel message [message]ᴾᴿᴱᴹᴵᵁᴹ - Allows you to change the message that is sent on the channel after members are verified.
/verify mod block-country [country code]ᴾᴿᴱᴹᴵᵁᴹ - Allows you to block so that users from certain countries cannot verify in to the server.
/verify mod allow-country [country code] ᴾᴿᴱᴹᴵᵁᴹ - It only allows certain countries to verify access on the server.
/verify set message [message]ᴾᴿᴱᴹᴵᵁᴹ - Allows you to change the message that is sent on WhatsApp and Telegram.
/verify set platformᴾᴿᴱᴹᴵᵁᴹ - Enable/Disable user authentication also via Telegram.
/verify mod ban-user @user - Allows ban users and associated number of users to verify access on the server.
/verify mod unban-user @user - Allows unban users and associated number of users to verify access on the server.
/verify set view - Check server settings.
/language - Change the language.
/key activate [key] - Activate a key to get premium features.
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Removing WhatsApp Authenticator interactions so your commands only run on certain channels

You can define in which channel or members of certain roles can use WhatsApp Authenticator commands, preventing your commands from being executed in the respective channels or certain members.
In the server settings, access the integrations option.
Search for WhatsApp Authenticator and click Manage.
In the channels tab under all channels, uncheck the option and click add channels.
You can do the same with the roles, just access the roles tab and uncheck the @everyone option and then add the roles so that only users with the respective roles can interact with WhatsApp Authenticator.
Select the channels you want WhatsApp Authenticator commands to run on and click the Add button.
Once all the changes have been made, don't forget to save them by clicking the Save Changes button.
When the respective member allegedly tries to execute the commands of WhatsApp Authenticator he will come across the error message making it impossible to use his commands.
If you want to remove interaction from all other bots in a given channel, just configure the channel's permissions by unchecking the option when using application commands.
You can do the same with roles, so that only users with the respective roles can interact with server bots that use the slash commands system.
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