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As a Level 2 Moderator, one of the enforcement privileges available is the /mute60 command. This command allows you to mute a particular user, Voobly-wide, for a period up to an hour. To use this command you would use it as any other force privilege.

e.g. /mute60 Bill reason

Issuing that command would prevent a user named Bill from talking in any of the lobbies of Voobly.com. Users who are muted could still Voobly Message a user, and muted users can still play games on Voobly.com.

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To utilize the boot5 command, keep the same format as the simple boot command. Type in the command, followed by the user name you wish to remove.

e.g. /boot5 Bill reason

This command will remove Bill from the entire Voobly.com site for a total of five minutes, after which time, Bill can again access Voobly.com. Again, abuse of this privilege will result in revocation of your Moderator status.

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Much like all of the other commands, you have to type in the command name, followed by the user name. Use of /boot60, however, also requires that you enter in a reason for booting a user from Voobly.com for a day.

e.g. /boot60 Bill abusivereason

This will effectively remove a user named Bill from Voobly.com for a period of one hour. The reason why he was booted is because he was abusive-as you recall, abuse on Voobly.com is grounds for removal from the site.

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