These features range from giving a user a quick timeout to built-in anti-spam. This command also allows you to ban someone from the chat room. It also supports banning a specific set of time. Mods command display a list of all chat moderators for your particular channel. The custom command also allows you to change the colour of your username. It allows you to send a private message to another user on Twitch. This will design your text board based on your chat name colour.
How To Make Custom Command On Twitch?
STEP 1- Go to chat commands and tap on “New Command”.
- STEP 2- Name your command and set the user level and response.
- STEP 3- Test in your chat while not streaming to be sure.
- STEP 4- Now, you have set up your counter, give your viewers the option to check your count themselves.
- STEP 5- To change the current number in your counter type ‘Edit Counter’.
- STEP 6- Now, control the power of count to use it to increase viewers engagement further.
- Step 7- Try mixing it up with your ‘Contest Feature’ and increase the thrill with live updates.
Method 2- Adding Chat Command:
- STEP 1- Open the Command menu present on the main menu.
STEP 2- Click on Custom command.
STEP 3- Name the chat command in the ‘Command Name’ from the bottom of the menu.
STEP 4- Tap on ‘Create’ button.
STEP 5- Find the Response input in the new chat command and type the message.
Step 6- Now, click on the Save button at the bottom of the menu. And, your chat command is now ready to use. Type a message and have a memorable experience.
You can use the guideline mentioned above in order to make counter command and chat command on Twitch. Commands reduce the repetitive responses from creating unnecessary spam in your Twitch chat.
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