Setup Stream Notifications
1. Connect your Twitch or YouTube account to your Discord account if you haven't already.
User Settings > Connections > Twitch or YouTube
2. Make sure that Streamer Mode is enabled in your user settings.
3. Create a channel for stream announcements if you haven't already.
4. Configure the bot to send stream notifications to that channel. Example:+tchannel set #stream-notifications Example:+ytchannel set #stream-notifications
5. Add individual users in your server for whom the notifications will be sent for. Example:+tstreamers add @user#3214 Example:+ytstreamers add @user#4141
6.[optional] Set a required whitelist role in order to receive notifications. Example:+twhitelist add @Streamer Example:+ytwhitelist add @everyone
7.[optional] Set a cooldown for the notifications Example: +tcooldown set 30m Example: +ytcooldown set 30m
Cooldowns can anywhere from 5m to 8 hours.
8.[optional] Set the live logs channel to keep track of streamers going online/offline. Example: +tlivelogs set #live-logs
9.[optional] If you don't want to mention @everyone and only a specific role when streamers go live. Example: +tpingrole set @stream alerts
10.[optional] Customize your own message for the stream alerts Example: +tmessage set {HERE} {STREAMER} is going live playing {GAME}!
Use the following keys to insert certain information in your messages {STREAMER} = Twitch Username {USER} = Discord Username {USER.TAG} = Discord Tag {GAME} = Game Name {URL} = Twitch URL {EVERYONE} = Mention @everyone {HERE} = Mention @here
All done! The notifications are setup.
For the stream notifications to work, you need to see a purple streaming icon next to member names who are streaming. This shows that Discord recognizes you are live, and the alerts will be sent.
Stream Icon
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