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Legacy End of Life

This page outlines the timeline for the deprecation and end-of-life cycle for Legacy notifications.


Since its conception, Spyglass has been intended to replace Legacy notifications as the backend for Streamcord's notification system. Spyglass contains many improvements over Legacy (which are outlined on Spyglass's documentation page) and overall is a more ideal system for both users (that's you) and Streamcord as a whole.

Because of this, there will be a transition period while we finalize the switch from Legacy to Spyglass, and to allow users to report bugs and potentially find any other issues. While Spyglass has undergone intensive internal testing and private beta phases with Partners and Pro subscribers, we still want the switchover to be as smooth as possible.

Before the final removal date for Legacy, you will be able to manually transfer your notifications over to Spyglass.

Streamer NotificationsAdd a notificationLegacy NotificationsTransfer notifications to Spyglass

Important & upcoming dates

  • Saturday, September 4, 2021: Public beta release for Spyglass.
  • Monday, October 3rd, 2022: Spyglass is now the default option for creating a notification, notices for the deprecation of legacy are posted on the dashboard. Legacy notifications now show a warning in Discord when they post, in the form of an additional embed on the notification message, prompting users to switch to Spyglass.
  • TBD, 2022: Legacy notifications can no longer be created. Existing legacy notifications can no longer be edited.
  • TBD, 2022: Daily rolling outages for legacy during estimated peak usage hours from 13:00 to 15:00 Eastern Time.
  • TBD, 2022: All legacy systems are shut down. Documentation for legacy is removed.
  • TBD, 2023: 90 days after the final shutdown date, users will no longer be able to view legacy notifications on the dashboard or transfer them to Spyglass.