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If you are a mod working in a channel where the streamer uses Streamlabs, you may occasionally encounter situations where you are needed to use some of the commands on the channel.

This post will cover a list of the Streamlabs commands that are most commonly used to make it easier for mods to grab the information they need.

List of Streamlabs Mod Commands

How to Change the Stream Title with Streamlabs

If the streamer changes their game mid-stream, they may need a new Twitch title to draw in new users. You can help them change the title through streamlabs with the !settitle command, followed by the name of the game. Here is an example:

  • !settitle Join Us for Community Night

How to Change the Game Category with Streamlabs

You may also need to change the game category with Streamlabs. You can do this with the command !setgame, followed by the name of the Game. Here is an example:

  • !setgame Stardew Valley

How to Create and Delete Commands with Streamlabs

One of the best things about using the Streamlabs bot is the ability to create custom commands for your viewers to use. These can serve as tools to create hype through inside jokes or easily link to your social media pages. Here’s how:

To create a command, you will need to enter !addcommand followed by your desired name of the command, then the text that it will display. For example, if you want the command to show a link to your Discord server, you could create the !discord command that would post the link and a short invite message. For example:

Oh no! You made a typo! To fix it, you can use the !editcommand feature, followed by the name of the command with an edited version of the text that follows. For example:

If you decide that you no longer need a command, you can use !removecommand followed by the name of the command. In this instance, that would be written like this:

  • !removecommand !discord

How to Use Counters in Streamlabs

Sometimes a streamer will ask you to keep track of the number of times they do something on stream. These events could be related to gameplay (such as the number of times they die in a round of League) or things that happen on stream (such as the number of puns they use). The streamer will name the counter and you will use that to keep track. Here’s how you would keep track of a counter with the command !icecream. 

  • Add 1 to the counter: !icecream +
  • Subtract 1 from the counter: !icecream -
  • Add 5 (or any other amount) to the counter: !icecream 5
  • Show the number on the counter: !icecream

Editor Commands in Streamlabs

If the streamer upgrades your status to “Editor” with Streamlabs, there are several other commands they may ask you to perform as a part of your moderator duties. This can range from handling giveaways to managing new hosts when the streamer is offline. Work with the streamer to sort out what their priorities will be. 

Conclusion

While there are mod commands on Twitch, having additional features can make a stream run more smoothly and help the broadcaster interact with their viewers. We hope that this list will help you make a bigger impact on your viewers. 

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