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Discord Embed Builder - Going Live Setup

Ian Chandler - Twitch Channel Link


1.0.0 (05/07/2020):uploaded

1.0.2 (09/01/2021):Removed the need for install command and added better api to pull info needed.

Ever wondered how discord bots like mee6 have stylised links for streamers that have gone live? Notice how it always catches your eye? That's all done by the use of a Discord embed. Now you have the power to do that from Deepbot itself for when you go live!

Note 2: If you are not live the following will post a demo message instead

Note 3: This command requires Deepbot VIP Membership in order to function. If you currently aren't a VIP you will need to subscribe. You can subscribe via the following link: Services Page

1. The command you need for this to function can be found at the following link: Going Live Command. Copy the text which is on this page.

2. Import the JSON from the page above into Deepbot by going to your custom commands tab → Right Click → Import Commands. For a full guide on how to import commands you can read here for further information Guide

3. Go to Master Settings and scroll down to Go Live Broadcast Msg. In the text box put !goinglive.

Now you should be good to go. Whenever Deepbot detects that you have gone live it will activate the !goinglive command which will post a fancy message in the discord channel you chose. Happy days!

Note If you would like to edit the discord embed that gets posted or you'd like to learn more about what each thing does, click the following link: Embed Builder Guide

!goinglive - Command will run when the bot detects when you have gone live on twitch, If you need to run this command again you can just type this in discord to trigger it. (Streamer/Bot Only) 20-second delay this is due to twitch API sometimes not having the image ready and making bot crash.

In this setup we will use the following information as an example:

Streamer: AusLove (for testing purposes only) | Bot: Sh0tB0t

1. Live message when the user is live:

2. Message if you are testing while you are offline: