If you are a steamer or a gamer on Twitch, and you use discord to build and manage a community this is will help you a lot and make your life easier. Discord and Twitch have joined their hands to make content creators’ life easy. Now users can use their favorite emotes to make the chat conversation fun and interesting. To use Twitch emotes on discord, we need to link the Twitch account with the discord server.
How to Use Your Twitch Emotes to Your Discord Server
To sync your Twitch emotes to our Discord server, we will need to complete the following setps:
Step 1: Sync Your Discord and Twitch Account
In order to sync your Twitch emotes with Discord, we will need to connect your Twitch account to Discord from your desktop computer. Here’s how:
Step 1: Open your Discord account, and click the “User Settings” icon next to your name.
Step 2: Now you need to select the “Connections” tab and click the icon for Twitch. If you are logged in to Twitch on your Windows computer or Mac, then it should auto-populate your Twitch account as the option. Now sync your account.
Step 3: Now go to your channel’s “Discord server“, within your server, click on the server name at the top of the screen, now select “Server Settings.”
Step 2: Sync Subscriber Roles
Thanks to Discord and Twitch partnership, your don’t need to do anything, but if you want to edit the color of role and their authorities. As long as you have synced your Twitch account to Discord, all your subscribers will be able to your use your Twitch emotes once you have set everything properly.
Step 3: Use External Emotes
Step1: Go to your Discord server settings.
Step 2: Now click the “Roles” tag and scroll it down until you see “Use External Emoji.” Now you can set this role for everyone or give it to particular roles.
If you have followed all the steps carefully, then your subscribers will be able to use Twitch Emotes on Discord, if you have any issue do let us know in the comment section below.