Setup Discord Live Notifications

How to setup Discord voice streaming notifications in your Discord server

Create a live role (optional)

1. Create a live role if you haven't already.
2. Configure the bot to the live role you created.
Example: /discord-live role set @Live on Discord
3. Setup a whitelist role to allow only members with this role to receive the live role. Example: /discord-live whitelist-role set @Members
4. You can turn on onlystreamers mode which will only allow users who are manually added to the streamers list to receive the live role. Example: /discord-live only-streamers enable
Creating the live role is optional is will automatically give members a specific role when they begin streaming. It's not required for the notifications to be sent.

Set up your notification channel

1. Create a channel for stream announcements if you haven't already.
2. Configure the bot to send stream notifications to that channel. Example: /discord-live channel set #stream-notifications
3. Edit your channel's settings, and go to the "Permissions" tab.
4. From the "Roles/Members" selection, add Sx Bot.
5. Allow Sx Bot to have the following permissions in the channel:
  • View Channel
  • Send Messages
  • Embed Links
  • Attach Files
  • Use External Emoji
  • Mention @everyone, @here, and All Roles

Add the streamers

1. Add the streamers.
Example:/discord-live streamers add @user#2041
That's it! Anytime the streamer @user#2041 goes live in a voice channel, you will now receive an alert to the notifications channel you set.

Ping a specific role (optional)

1. Ping a specific role instead of @everyone
Example:/discord-live ping-role set @stream notifications
2. If you want to turn off pings altogether
Example:/discord-live no-ping enable
The notifications will be sent silently without mentioning anyone!

Live Logs (optional)

  1. 1.
    Setup a log channel to keep an audit lot of the live role Example:/discord-live log-channel set #live-logs
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