Try turning off the requirement to eat, or set the time of day, or enjoy unlimited sprint from the console. Those are just a few I cannot find.
You may already be aware of most of this, but hopefully some of it is insightful.
A lot of console commands like this probably don’t exist. It’s important to note that the console is a base feature of the Unreal Engine, and wasn’t written by the Exiles devs, so code functions written specifically for Conan Exiles would not be automatically integrated with the console. All the console commands unique to CE, such as forcing sandstorms, purge commands, level follower etc. were likely deliberately added as console commands by a developer.
This means that clickable buttons in the admin panel, such as setting the time of day or toggling hunger/thirst very likely have a direct call to internal game functions, and are not being routed through an unknown console command. So there’s no guarantee console commands exist to make CE do things it can be told to do elsewhere.
Also, the Slomo command, if I’m not mistaken, is a default Unreal Engine 4 feature, so its omission from a list of administrative commands provided by the Exiles devs is likely because they weren’t aware of it, or they chose to only list console commands they actually made for the game specifically, rather than include an exhaustive list of all UE4 console commands that might be useful.
It’s possible this issue you’re raising hasn’t been acted upon in the past because when they check their list against the published one, it looks like the community has already been provided with all known administrative commands that they’ve implemented.
This isn’t to say that more useful things exist that aren’t documented, either in the form of forgotten and/or unknown CE or base UE4 console commands. There may be other useful UE4 base features besides Slowmo that could be found in a list of standard Unreal Engine 4 console commands.
Personally, I’d love to see the CE devs actually expand administrative abilities. It would be nice on some private servers, for example, to be able to grant players access to ‘cheats’ like infinite stamina or spawning in items without giving them full administrative access to change all kinds of server settings, which as far as I can tell is currently impossible.
Allowing admins to create one or more custom ranks that can be assigned to player accounts, each with specified permissions allowing them to access, use or change certain cheats or server settings would be awesome. The ‘all or nothing’ admin power is rather inadequate.