TwitchBot's prefix is
twitch. The bot doesn't respond to commands through anything else or @mentions.
You can view a list of commands by typing
twitch commands. If you need more general help, type
Go to https://discordbots.org/bot/twitch/vote. Log in with Discord if you haven't already, and press the button that says "Vote for this bot". Keep in mind that you need to vote every 12 hours to use audio.
This is due to a delay in the upvoting website. Please wait about 5 to 10 minutes for your upvote to register.
You need to specify the streamer's Twitch name and the Discord channel you want it to trigger in. For example, typing
twitch notif add #general twitchbot_discord will add a notification for twitch.tv/twitchbot_discord in the general channel.
This happens when you put special characters in a command. All Twitch usernames are limited to a-z 0-9 and underscores, so trying to enter a username that is definitely invalid will not work. This is to help us reduce our API calls to Twitch.
You can simply add in the custom message after the command you would normally enter. For example:
twitch notif add #general twitchbot_discord Hey @everyone, TwitchBot is live!. Markdown also works in descriptions.
twitch notif list #channel to view the notifications set up in the specified channel.
twitch live_check role replacing "role" with the exact, case-sensitive name of the role you want to add to users when they go live. If you get a permission error, see the question below.
TwitchBot most likely doesn't have adequate permissions to add and remove users' roles. TwitchBot needs the manage roles permission to do live checking. The role that you want to add to live checking should also be below the role named TwitchBot.
Feel free to join the support server and one of our helpful staff will answer your question.