Mods or moderators can make commands on Twitch such as /ban or maybe /timeout for example. However, they cannot add new Twitch commands on Twitch themselves. In order for mods to make new commands they will have to use something like Nightbot or another chat bot in order to create these new commands.
How do you add Nightbot to twitch as a mod?
Open your Twitch chat. Head on to the Nightbot site and sign in to your Twitch account. From the Dashboard, click “Join Channel.” Type in “\mod nightbot” into your Twitch chat.
Can I add Nightbot as a mod?
Click the “Join Channel” button on your Nightbot dashboard and follow the on-screen instructions to mod Nightbot in your channel.
How do I thank my followers on Nightbot?
You can set up a command that will greet the latest follower, just copy and paste the following into your chat: ! addcom -cd=5 ! newfollow Hey $(urlfetch https://decapi.me/twitch/followers?channel=$(channel)&count=1), thanks for the follow!
Can Nightbot thank followers?
Nightbot doesn’t offer in-chat follower alerts.
How do you message all your followers on twitch?
There’s no way to send mass private messages without a Subscription Button or Partnership. From what I know users who have a sub button can send mass emails to all subscribers, but I don’t think they can message followers though.
How do you make custom commands on Nightbot?
Can you rename Nightbot?
Thanks ! @Terror_Kev_Games Currently it’s not possible to rename Nightbot on Twitch/YouTube/Discord, though if you have it on a Discord server you can certainly give it a nickname.
How do I change Nightbot commands as a mod?
Why is Nightbot not working?
So Nightbot isn’t responding in chat? Make sure Nightbot is joined to your chat in the control panel. If you recently changed your name on Twitch, you might try parting the bot and rejoining it too.
Does Nightbot only work when live?
If you’re using YouTube Gaming your stream has to live. The more active the chat, the sooner Nightbot receives messages due to Youtube Gaming’s chat limitations. If you’re using Twitch, Nightbot will work at all times.
Why is Nightbot not in my YouTube channel?
Nightbot isn’t ignored/blocked. You have the default commands at https://beta.nightbot.tv/commands/default enabled. You must be live with your stream set to public in order to use commands in chat, and make sure you are viewing “Live Chat” instead of “Top Chat” so that you may see Nightbot’s responses to your commands.
What happened to Nightbot?
Why was Nightbot banned? As it turns out, Nightbot received a ban due to a falsified DMCA, according to its Twitter page. This was quickly resolved and Nightbot should be back to working normally on every channel that relies on it.
Is Nightbot banned on twitch?
Yesterday, Twitch accidentally banned one of the most popular bots, Nightbot. According to the official Nightbot Twitter account, the ban was the result of a “falsified” DMCA takedown notice from Digiturk, a Turkish TV provider, or somebody impersonating it.
Does Nightbot cost money?
Nightbot is completely free and can be used to moderate chat posts, filter spam, schedule messages, run competitions, and perform a countdown to an event.
Why is Nightbot offline?
Nightbot is offline on YouTube currently due to a channel ban. We’ve reached out to our contacts at YouTube to see what can be done. Nightbot is offline on YouTube currently due to a channel ban. We’ve reached out to our contacts at YouTube to see what can be done.
Who invented Nightbot?
Nightbot was originally “SFXBot” on Twitch and created for use by Kona, an early game streamer on JTV, as a way for users to request songs (later being extended with commands and moderation capabilities). When SFX360, the company he worked for, closed down it was renamed to “Konabot” for a very short period of time.
Is there a Nightbot app?
Nightbot App Beta
In order to provide some extra functionality to song requests, we’ve created a small app for Windows and OSX. With this app you’ll be able to show the current song in your streaming software (such as OBS) and use hotkeys for song requests.