Twitch Chat: see commands to use in platform conversations | Streaming

Twitch Chat: see commands to use in platform conversations | Streaming

Twitch TV is a streaming platform available for PC and web and for download on Android and iPhone phones (iOS). Each channel on the platform has a chat in which users can chat during the live broadcast. Channel owners and moderators have access to some commands that serve to facilitate the supervision of the chat during the live. In addition, normal users can also use some features in the chat. Below are the main chat commands for Twitch TV.

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Twitch TV users have access to several commands in the chat Photo: Divulgao / Twitch TVTwitch TV users have access to several commands in the chat Photo: Divulgao / Twitch TV

Twitch TV users have access to several commands in the chat Photo: Divulgao / Twitch TV

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It is important to mention that the list of commands is extensive, and can be checked in full on the platform support website (https://help.twitch.tv/s/article/chat-commands).

  • / mods: This command shows the list of all moderators on the channel. It is useful to contact a moderator directly to ask questions about the rules of the channel you are watching.
  • / block: with this command, you can block any user of the channel in the chat. Therefore, all messages from this user will no longer appear in your chat. In addition, the blocked user will no longer be able to send private messages to you.
  • / w: using this command, you can send a private message to any user in the chat. Just write the command in the chat, inserting the user name and the message you want to send separated by a space.

Command shows the moderators present in the channel chat Foto: Reproduo / Cleiton MadrugaCommand shows the moderators present in the channel chat Foto: Reproduo / Cleiton Madruga

Command shows the moderators present in the channel chat Foto: Reproduo / Cleiton Madruga

  • / timeout: with this command, moderators suspend users for a short period of time. To use it, type the command and write the username next to it. The default suspend time is 10 minutes, but can be modified by entering the amount of time (in seconds) next to the user name you want to suspend.
  • / ban: When using this command, the moderator can permanently ban someone from the channel, being better used on users who have committed more serious infractions. Enter the command and enter the name of the user you want to ban next.
  • / slow: with this command, moderators can limit the frequency with which users can send messages in the chat. widely used in channels with a high number of viewers. To use it, enter the command and enter the number of seconds users must wait before sending another message.

The icons next to the user's name determine the user's powers. Moderators have a green cone Photo: Divulgao / Twitch TVThe icons next to the user's name determine the user's powers. Moderators have a green cone Photo: Divulgao / Twitch TV

The icons next to the user's name determine the user's powers. Moderators have a green cone Photo: Divulgao / Twitch TV

  • / mod: with this command, the streamer can grant moderator status to a user on the channel. Just write the user's name next to the command.
  • / raid: you can make a raid to another channel that is broadcasting. It is necessary to type the name of the channel next to the command. After confirming, all users who are in your transmission will be sent to the channel inserted in the command.
  • / commercial: this is the command to transmit a commercial during transmission. Advertising is one of the forms of monetization that exists on Twitch TV. You can choose the duration of the commercial, which can be 30, 60, 90, 120, 150 and 180 seconds, being necessary to enter the number of seconds next to the command.

You can send your viewers to another channel with the / raid command Photo: Divulgao / Twitch TVYou can send your viewers to another channel with the / raid command Photo: Divulgao / Twitch TV

You can send your viewers to another channel with the / raid command Photo: Divulgao / Twitch TV