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Streamlabs Chatbot Scripts: What is It & Why it Matters

Jan 19, 2022  |  Ibrahim Imran

Ever heard of streamlabs chatbot scripts? Well, if you haven’t and are interested in developing a streamlabs chatbot, this article is for you.  In this post we are going to be providing you with a clear explanation of what streamlabs chatbot scripts are all about and what they have to offer its users. 


What is the Purpose of the Streamlabs Chatbot?

Streamlabs chatbot is a tool used in live streams that enables you to engage with your viewers/customers. It's a YouTube, Twitch, or Mixer-specific program. While you're streaming, these provide entertainment and moderation options. It allows you to communicate with your audience while playing games or downloading information. To set up the 'bot,' you'll need to register a new account.

You'll need to generate a token and authorize it once you've connected your 'bot' account to your switch or YouTube streamer account. This will link the two of them together. You can then add a moderator or editor to your channel or game who will be able to access and add all of your commands. In chat, you can create 'commands.'

General Commands 

The following are some of the most common quick start commands:

  • Uptime
  • Stats
  • Time
  • Date
  • Top 5 Points
  • Top 5 Hours
  • Follower count, Follower date and Follower length
  • Account creation
  • Retweets
  • Hosting
  • Shoutouts
  • BTTV Emotes
  • Opportunity to give points
  • Current and next song with details

The Twitch API commands are slightly different. It works by simulating Twitch chat API queries. Optional abilities allow you to customize your query results for each command for a subset of the commands. Time zone precision, follow count, follower dates, and directions, such as climbing to descending or vice versa, can all be done with these. Other commands include game-specific commands and API calls.

Streamlabs includes timers, games, currencies, mini-games, polls, events, scripts, and many other commands. Custom commands can also be written by users to improve the app's overall experience.

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