8 Ways To Link Twitch To Discord On Your PC And Mobile

Hello there, my fellow tech enthusiasts! I’m a Windows aficionado who’s all about staying connected. And today, I’m going to walk you through the simple steps of linking Twitch to Discord. I’ve been down this road before and I’m here to guide you on this journey on your PC and mobile. This is no ordinary how-to guide – it’s like inviting you over to my workspace for a cup of coffee and some tech chatter. So, grab your cup and let’s dive right in!

1. The Basic Link-up:

  1. This is the easiest method and requires no additional plugins or software. Simply:
  2. Log into your Discord account on your PC.
  3. Click on the ‘User Settings’ (the small cog icon) at the bottom left near your username.
  4. A menu will pop up; from there, select ‘Connections’.
  5. You’ll see various platform icons. Click on the Twitch logo.
  6. This action will prompt you to enter your Twitch account details.
  7. Once you’ve entered your details, your Twitch and Discord accounts will be linked.
The Basic Link-up

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2. Mobile Connection Magic:

  1. The process is identical on mobile devices and just as simple:
  2. Open the Discord app on your mobile device.
  3. Tap on your profile picture at the bottom right.
  4. This opens the ‘User Settings’ menu. Scroll down and tap ‘Connections’.
  5. Tap on the ‘Add’ button at the top right, then choose Twitch.
  6. Enter your Twitch login details, and you’re all set.
Mobile Connection Magic

3. Get that Streamer Mode On:

  1. Streamer mode is a safety feature on Discord that hides sensitive information while you’re streaming:
  2. In the ‘User Settings’ menu, select the ‘Streamer Mode’ tab on the left.
  3. Toggle on ‘Enable Streamer Mode’.
  4. You can also customize what information gets hidden during streaming.
Get that Streamer Mode On

4. Give Your Server a Twitch Touch:

  1. Here’s how to add a little Twitch magic to your Discord server:
  2. Go to the Discord server you want to link with your Twitch account.
  3. Click on the server name at the top and select ‘Server Settings’.
  4. Click on ‘Integrations’.
  5. Now click on ‘Link Twitch’ and sign in with your Twitch account.
  6. Once the accounts are linked, Twitch features will be enabled on your server.
Give Your Server a Twitch Touch

5. Mobile Server Link-up:

  1. On mobile devices, the process is straightforward:
  2. Tap on the server icon you want to link.
  3. Tap on the server name at the top and select ‘Settings’.
  4. Select ‘Integrations’ then tap on ‘Link Twitch’.
  5. Enter your Twitch details to link your accounts.
Mobile Server Link-up

6. Twitch Subscription Integration:

  1. To link your Twitch subscribers to Discord:
  2. Go to ‘Server Settings’ and select ‘Integrations’.
  3. In the Twitch box, click on ‘Sync’.
  4. This will pull in your Twitch subscribers into your Discord server and grant them special perks based on their subscription tier.
Twitch Subscription Integration

7. Customizing Subscriber Access:

  1. You can customize what your Twitch subscribers can access on Discord:
  2. Go to ‘Server Settings’ and then ‘Roles’.
  3. Create a new role that matches your Twitch subscriber tier.
  4. Click on that role and customize the permissions to your liking.
Customizing Subscriber Access

8. Mobile Subscriptions Sync:

  1. The process is mirrored on mobile:
  2. Tap on ‘Server Settings’ and then ‘Integrations’.
  3. Tap ‘Sync’ next to Twitch.
  4. This will pull your Twitch subscribers into your Discord server and provide them with exclusive perks.
Mobile Subscriptions Sync

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Benjamin Johnson

Hey there, I'm Ben, the tech-savvy Founder and CEO of WinFixo.com. I've dedicated my life to helping fellow Windows users optimize their PCs for peak performance. Join me on this journey as we unlock the full potential of your Windows devices together!

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