This is the role that'll be given to user when they get muted.

Getting Started

Navigate to your server's dashboard.
Select the "moderation" plugin. If it's not enabled, you'll need to enable it.
Follow the instructions below.



Selecting the Role

Select a role from the "muted role" drop-down.
Click save!



Muted Role Permissions
For users to actually be silenced, you'll need to make sure your muted role permissions actually restrict them from talking. This can be confusing, so follow this guide and we'll do it together.

Public Channels

Open a channel's/category's settings.
Click the permissions tab.
For every role, set the Send Messages permission to /
Set your muted role's Send Messages permission to X
Repeat this for every channel you don't want muted people to talk in.

Secret Channels

In this example, the role that grants permissions to my secret channel is "Staff", but you can use whichever role(s) you want.

Open a channel's/category's settings.
Click the permissions tab.
Make sure the @everyone role cannot read messages by setting the View Channel permission to X.
For every role, set the Send Messages permission to /.
Give the special role(s) (my "Staff" role) permissions to view the channel by setting the View Channel permission to , leave the Send Messages permission on /.
Set the muted role's Send Messages permission to X.

This is what my permissions look like when I'm done:



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