Streamcord supports the native slash commands subsystem. All commands start with
Prefixed commands have been disabled as of December 28th, 2021. If you were previously using the old system of typing
!twitch to run commands, you will need to switch over to the new slash commands system.
If you don't see Streamcord's slash commands in your server, click on this link and choose your server from the list: https://link.streamcord.io/invite
Command arguments that include
<> denote required fields, and arguments that include
 denote optional fields. Don't include these characters when typing commands.
All references to Twitch channels will show as "streamer-name", where you provide what comes exactly after "twitch.tv/" in their profile URL. Don't enter the entire link, and don't @ a Discord user.
Shows basic help and information about Streamcord.
Shows basic bot information and stats
Shows a link to invite Streamcord to another server.
Shows a list of available translations. Use the button within the message to switch pages.
Sets Streamcord's language for your account. Enter a valid language code from the language list command.
/language set <language-code>
/language set es-ES
/language set ar
Test Streamcord's connection to Discord.
clips from game
Gets a clip from the specified game.
/clips from game <game>
/clips from game Fortnite
clips from user
Gets a clip from the specified Twitch channel.
/clips from user <streamer-name>
/clips from user Monstercat
Shows info about the specified Twitch channel.
Notifications are managed using the Streamcord Dashboard. To learn how to set up streamer notifications in your server, visit Add a notification.
Display help for setting up notifications.
Live Role is managed using the Streamcord Dashboard. To learn how to set up Live Role in your server, visit Set Up Live Role.
Displays the live role configuration within the server.
Manually update members' roles in the server if they get out of sync
Display help for setting up Live Role.