Twitch Alerts

Twitch alerts are custom notifications that are enabled so that streamers can acknowledge the contribution of viewers to their stream. These alerts are usually in the form of on-screen visuals and they can be in a variety of forms. They do everything from thanking a viewer, welcoming a new member, set off sound alerts at high cheer levels, and can also celebrate a Hype Train. There are a number of ways in which you can set alerts for your streams. Your channel alerts make your channel stand apart from others. 

Alerts are usually based on the interest of viewers. These are built over time by streamers by gaining experience from their streams. Channel points provide a great insight into the choice of your Twitch Alerts. Channel points are generated on the basis of the interest of viewers and they provide the streamer a good view of the choices of the viewers.Setup Twitch Alerts

To take the advantage of Twitch Alerts, you need to broadcast your stream from software like OBS Studio which allows you to display graphics on the top of your stream. Other than OBS Studio, there is plenty of other third-party software that helps you broadcast your stream and also utilize Twitch Alerts to the fullest. 

Streamlabs

Streamlabs is the most common stream broadcasting software among new as well as experienced streamers. The easy to use interface separates Streamlabs from other stream broadcasting softwares. 

Here are the steps to add alerts to your twitch stream from Streamlabs:

  1. You have to add the “Alertbox” widget to your live stream
  2. On the sources section, press the “+”(plus sign)
  3. Select “Alertbox” in the “Add source” section. Click on “Add Source”
  4. You will now get a preview of the alert that is going to be displayed during your stream

Here are the steps to customize your Twitch Alert:

  1. Go to your Streamlabs dashboard
  2. On the left side of the dashboard you can see the option “Alertbox”. Click on it
  3. On the top of the screen you will see different alert types. Choose your desired alert type
  4. At the very bottom will be a section with the name “General Settings”. These settings apply to every alert type. You can edit the amount of delay, filters, mod approvals, etc. Make the preferred changes 
  5.  For customizing an alert, click on a specific event you want to customize your alert for. You can edit the layout, image, font, etc. of the specific alert. Make the preferred changes 
  6. Once you have made all the changes, click on “Save Settings” to save your settings. After saving the changes, click on “Click to show widget URL”. Copy the URL and paste it on your clipboard. 

Muxy

Muxy is another stream broadcasting software like Streamlabs. It offers a variety of free add- ons to Twitch streamers such as cheers, donations, alerts, etc. Follow these steps to create your Twitch alerts using Muxy:

  1. Log into Muxy using your Twitch account
  2. On the left side of your Muxy dashboard, click on “Alerts”
  3. You will have four default alerts already setup. You can either customize these alerts or delete them completely by clicking on “Delete Alert” at the bottom of the page
  4. Click on “Save Settings” after making changes to each alert
  5. Copy the “Alert Package URL” to your clipboard

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Stream Elements

Stream Elements is another stream broadcasting software. It is a little different from Streamlabs and Muxy as it incorporates its alerts into a full Twitch layout which it hosts on its own servers. Streamers who use Stream Elements can create layout of widgets and images and then link them to the remotely hosted overlay in OBS. There are a number of different features to choose from and apply them to your stream. Here are the steps to setup Stream Elements for Twitch Alerts:

  1. Log into Stream Elements with your Twitch account
  2. Click on My Overlays on the left side of the menu
  3. On the top right corner, click on “Create Blank Overlay”
  4. For your reference, enter the name of the video game you want to set alerts for
  5. Enter the overlay name and then click on “Submit”
  6. You can now view your new overlay in your profile
  7. On the top menu, click on “Widgets”
  8. Under “Alertbox”, click on “Add”
  9. You will now be able to view your new overlay in your profile. 
  10. On the left side, you will notice a list of your Twitch Alerts. Choose the ones that you want to keep and uncheck the ones that you don’t want to keep. Click on the gear icon to customize their appearance and sounds
  11. When you are finished customizing, click on “Launch Overlay” located at the bottom left corner. This will redirect you to a new browser tab where you can view your overlay. Copy the website’s URL

How to Add Your Twitch Alert URL to OBS Studio

To add these custom alerts to your Twitch Stream, you will have to link the Twitch Alert URL with OBS Studio. Follow these steps to link the URL to OBS Studio:

  1. Open OBS Studio 
  2. Right click on your Workspace
  3. Select “Add” and then click on “BrowserSource”
  4. Enter your Streamlabs’s Twitch URL, Muxy’s Twitch URL or Stream Elements’s Twitch URL into the URL field and the click on “OK”

You have successfully linked your Twitch Alert URL with OBS Studio. The Alert will pop up on your next stream. If you change or customize any alert from Streamlabs, Muxy or Stream Elements, you will not need to update anything on OBS Studio. Any changes or customization will take place automatically. 

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