Connect to Twitchbutton to bring up an authorization webpage that will detail all the permissions Streamer.bot wants to have access to on your behalf
If you want Streamer.bot to be able to monitor chat and Twitch events, a
Broadcaster account must be defined.
Connect to Twitch to automatically obtain a token. If you are already logged in on your web browser you will be taken immediately to the permissions screen. This is a list of all the Twitch features the application will be able to perform in your name. If it is not listed here, the bot can't do it, even if you could perform an action by typing a command in chat yourself for example.
If the logged in user is not the one you wish to use, please log out and enter the credentials you wish to use
Auto Connectwill set Streamer.bot to connect to Twitch! with the defined account on startup
You might wish for messages sent to chat to be sent from a separate user account. You can log in such an account here the same way as the Broadcaster account.
The account can be any standard Twitch account but with the permission scope the application requests it can not listen to incoming events or messages, it can only send messages to chat or whisper.
Sending whispers programatically is something that
Twitchrestricts fairly heavily.
If the chosen account is not more than 12 months old, or already pre-verified as a bot you will not be able to send whispers from the application
If you do not intend to use a bot account, leave this field blank or you will restrict certain actions from working correctly such as responding to chat commands that the bot has written in chat
Once you have a bot account configured, you can select which account should send chat messages on a per sub-actions level.