What is the difference between Sx Bot and Sx Live

Sx Bot is our mainstream bot that provides the majority of features. Sx Live is secondary bot that handles Spotify roles, streaming roles, and notifications for Twitch and YouTube.
For twitch notifications, we highly recommend using Sx Bot, as you can add any channel name, whereas on Sx Live, you can add Discord users who are currently in your server and have linked their Twitch account to Discord.
For twitch live roles, Sx Live is a better option if you want everyone in your server to receive live roles when streaming. Sx Bot will require you to connect individual users to their twitch channels.
If you are looking for notifications for YouTube, Spotify roles, or need streaming roles for everyone in your server, Sx Live is the only option, and you will need to invite the bot.
For more information about Sx Live, visit the pages below.

Why does the boost count and user total show 0?

Sx Bot can only begin tracking your boost counts after you invite the bot and setup either the boost channel or the boost logs channel. For more information on how to setup these channels, visit the pages below.

How can I put a cooldown on my twitch notifications?

By default, there are no cooldowns on twitch notifications. That means each time you go live, a notification will be sent to the channel. Some users may prefer to put a delay/cooldown in between notifications in case their stream restarts and rather not send another notification. To enable this, use /twitch cooldowns set followed by the amount of time such as: 5m for 5 minutes, or 1h for 1 hour. You can also use the format 5 minutes or 1 hour.