Streamlabs Chatbot Commands: Top 20+ You Need To Use

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So, do you want to customize your discord server? Learning how to use Streamlabs chatbot commands will come in useful then!

These commands will allow you to improve the overall chatting experience as well as keep your viewers posted about what’s happening, with an added personal touch depending on the discord command. You should inform yourself on how these commands work but also have a general idea of how to appeal to your audience in a fun and relatable way.

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    How To Create A Command With Streamlabs?

    If you want to create custom commands, a few things should be kept in mind. First of all, you will have to make a Streamlabs account and sync it to your streaming account. After that is done, you can create custom commands as follows:

    1. Access the dashboard on your Streamlabs account
    2. Under the section “Features” select “Cloudbot”
    3. Activate Cloudbot by clicking on the button next to its name
    4. Then, go to “Commands” and select “Add Commands”
    5. In the text box that appears, type in your chosen commands
    6. These commands can be whispered to a certain person instead of appearing in the chat box
    7. Finally, click “Confirm” and you are all done with creating a command!
    streamlabs chatbot commands

    Editing Commands?

    Editing commands denote using certain words that are typed without using spaces in between. This command is !editcommand. After typing this, you are free to edit both the command and the text and fix any mistakes you have made!

    How To Delete A Command With Streamlabs?

    The same rule applies to deleting a command. The sequence of words you should use is: !removecommand. Then, you simply have to insert the name of the command you wish to remove.

    The Best Streamlabs Chatbot Commands

    Streamlabs Chatbot Commands

    Here is a list of the best Streamlabs chatbot commands!

    Account age description

    This command will allow you to see the account age. The exact command is: !accountage It will provide you with the creation date of your account. This is a fun way to check the birthday of your account and celebrate it!

    Discord command description

    It is very important that you as a streamer have a public discord server and using this simple command will redirect your viewers to said server via an invite link so that your community will grow. The exact command is: !Discord. The response to this command is: Hey @user id you can join our Discord here: (discordlink)

    Social media accounts

    Growing your community in more ways than one is vital for any streamer. Using these commands makes it easy for your viewers to view your other social media accounts.

    Also, you can adjust the command to either provide a direct link to your social media accounts or just your username. The exact commands are: !instagram !youtube !twitter.

    The response to this command is: Be sure to follow me on (socialmedianame) here (linktosocialmedia). This command is very useful because your viewers can easily access a recent tweet or the latest uploaded video.

    Lurk commands description

    This command is reserved for the viewers who don’t talk in the chat but are still watching your stream. It is a fantastic way to tell this viewer that you appreciate their support.

    The other use for this command is to communicate to people that they temporarily won’t say anything in the chat. The exact command is: !lurk. The response to this command is: Thanks @userid for their continuous support of the stream! We anticipate seeing you chatting again shortly.

    Stream setup description

    Users are quite used to getting asked what equipment they use and this command will save them quite a lot of precious time! This command is unique because it is completely custom.

    You will choose both the command and the response denoting exactly what computer, monitor, mike, earphones, keyboard, mouse, etc. you frequently use!

    Game Information Description

    Another custom command that will shorten the time response. This created response will let your current viewers know all the necessary information about the game you’re playing and streaming.

    FAQ description

    It’s expected that streamers with a larger audience get asked similar questions often, so this tool could come in handy for them. Again a custom command, allows you to provide answers to these questions in a time-saving manner. You are creating both the command and the response yourself.

    Running jokes Description

    This command will ensure that your audience feels special and will motivate newcomers to want to become a part of your community.

    Namely, this yet again custom command is made fully by you and will include an inside joke that is shared strictly in your community.

    Whenever used, it will provide your current audience with a feeling of belonging.

    Death description

    Used for streamers who play games, this command is useful for keeping track of how many times you have died in said game. The exact command is: !death and the response will provide you with a number of deaths achieved in a game. To reset the number of deaths simply type {deathreset}.

    Wins description

    Similarly to the last one, this command will provide the number of wins in a game. The exact command is: !wins and the response will display how many times you won the game. To reset the number of wins simply type {count wins 0}.

    Merch description

    Another useful command for growing your audience. The customization of it allows you to add a response that will provide your followers with a link to your merch store, further ensuring your audience feels special and like a part of a larger community. The exact command is !merch.

    Quickstarts Commands

    1. Change the stream title

    In order to change the title of your stream, you will first have to:

    1. Open up your Streamlabs software.
    2. Then, open the chat so you can access your chat box.
    3. Select the pencil in the upper right corner above the box.
    4. A new window will pop up, here you can update your settings.
    5. Click on “Title” and change the title to whatever you please.
    6. Once finished, click on “Update” in the bottom corner

    2. Stats command

    This command will provide all the important information about the stream such as the game title, the number of viewers, uptime response, and the stats response. The exact command is !stats and the response will display all the aforementioned information.

    3. Time command

    This command will show your viewers how big of a local time difference there is between you. It is highly likely that your audience can be coming from different time zones so this command is quite useful to provide! The exact command is !time and the response is as follows: The live time for @yourchannel is (time).

    4. Date command

    Similar to the last one, this command shows your audience your local date. The command is !date and the response is: The live date for @yourchannel is (date).

    5. Uptime command

    This useful command allows your viewers to see for how long you have been streaming. This can come in useful if you are streaming for charity or are frequently doing 24-hour streams. The command is !uptime and the response is @yourchannel has been streaming for (uptime).

    6. Change stream category

    1. Open your Streamlabs dashboard
    2. Click on the arrow on the right to open the chat box
    3. Click on the pencil in the right corner
    4. Change the game that you are playing in the game section
    5. Click confirm and go live
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    7. Top 5 points

    This command is used to see the top 5 users who have the most points/currency. The command is !top5points and the response is: The top 5 users based on points: @top5points.

    8. Top 5 hours

    Shows the top 5 viewers who spent the most time on the stream. The command is !top5hours and the response is: The top 5 users based on hours: @top5hours.

    9. Follower count

    Shows the number of followers you have. The command is !followers and the response is: @mychannel currently has @numberoffollowers

    10. Recent 3 followers

    Shows the last 3 people who followed you. The command is !recentfollowers and the response is: Welcome to our 3 most recent followers (@usernamesoffollowers)

    11. Shoutout command

    This command allows moderators to shout out a different streamer as a way to thank or promote them. A line at the end of the shoutout response is added to provide additional information about this specified user. The command is !shoutout and the response is: Go check out @username and show them some love @url (your line).

    12. Current song command

    This allows your audience to see the current song that is played in your stream. Keep in mind that you will have to use the Streamlabs Chatbot song requests feature. You can even allow your audience to request a song and their username will be added at the end of the notification! The command is !current song and the current song response is: Currently playing @currentsong that was requested by @requestedby

    13. Next song command

    Your viewers will be able to use this feature to see what the next queued song is. You can also provide them with the username of the requested users. The command is !nextsong and the nextsong response is: Next up is @nextsong that was requested by @requestedby

    14. Watch time command

    Allows your users to see for how long they’ve followed your stream. A command is !watchtime and the response is: @username has been watching the stream for @hours

    15. Tag a user in chatbot

    You can do this by typing in @username or @targetname. The first one tags you aka the person who triggered the command, while on the contrary, the second one will tag a viewer who was previously mentioned when triggering this command.

    Other Commands

    1. 8ball command

    This command brings a bit of fun and communication into your stream. It allows your followers to ask a question and be provided with an answer from the 8ball. You will have to have a text response prepared so that Streamlabs can read said response. The command is !8ball and the response (that only you will see) is @readrandline (text response) @username

    2. Hug command

    This loving act of kindness is one of the more popular ones. It allows a viewer to send a hug to either a targeted or random viewer in the stream. The command is !hug and the response will tag both users and will read as follows: 1. Targeted response: @username gave @targetname a big hug! or 2. Random response: @username gave @randusername a big hug!

    3. Slap command

    Like the hug command, however not as loving for obvious reasons, this command allows a viewer to slap either a targeted or a random viewer. The command is !slap and the response again varies on whom you choose to slap: 1. Targeted response: @username slapped @targetname with @readline (text response) or 2. Random response: @username slapped @randusername with @readline (text response). Like the 8ball, this response includes a custom message that the slapped person will receive.

    Conclusion

    All in all, using Streamlabs chatbot commands will for sure make your streams more interesting and will attract more followers.

    It may even lead to them checking out your latest tweet or latest video uploaded!

    You can see how many followers you have and check who they are. All the users of Streamlabs chatbot find these features very helpful so be sure to have fun and use them as often as possible!

    FAQ

    How do I use Streamlabs chatbot?

    First, you have to open a bot account on the Twitch account, then return to Streamlabs and find The Connections tab in the left corner. You then have to generate a token and click approve when done. Lastly, click Connect to connect your account.

    How do you add commands to chatbot?

    Go to Chatbot Settings Page and turn them on. Choose which commands you want to use.

    How do I make commands on Streamlabs?

    1. Open the dashboard on your Streamlabs account.
    2. Activate “Cloudbot” in Features.
    3. Select “Add Commands” under “Commands”
    4. Type your commands in the chat box

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