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Getting Started with Streamcord

Add Streamcord to your server


You can invite Streamcord to any server that you have the Manage Server permission in.

  1. Go to
  2. You should see a prompt from Discord asking you if you want to allow Streamcord to see your username and servers. Click Authorize.
  3. Click on your server name in the list.
  4. Another Authorization Discord prompt will ask you what permissions to give. For proper functionality, Streamcord needs at LEAST:
    • View Channel
    • Send Messages
    • Embed Links
    • Attach Files
    • Use External Emoji
    • Mention @everyone, @here, and All Roles

Basic Commands

To view Streamcord's help menu, just type /help in a channel that Streamcord has access to.


If Streamcord's slash commands are not displayed in the server, follow the steps outlined in this guide: Troubleshooting Slash Commands

If you've set up the proper permissions, you'll be sent a message just like this one:

/help command output

From here, you can get links to our website, dashboard, and other relevant sites.


If you see an empty message from Streamcord, you've most likely turned off embeds in your Discord settings. From your Discord app, go to User Settings > Text & Images and turn on "Show website preview info from links pasted into chat."

Type / to view a list of slash commands. This will give you a list of everything that you can do with Streamcord. You can also view the commands list from this page.

Add a Stream Notification

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Set up Live Role

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