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        What are Twitch Alerts?

        Twitch Alerts are real-time notifications that pop up over a stream when someone donates, subscribes, follows the channel, or makes some other kind of interaction with a streamer. Usually, Twitch alerts consist of an image, GIF or animated video with interactive text and special sound effects on top of it.

        Streamers use alerts to interact with the viewers, thank their supporters and celebrate special events that happen during the stream. You can add alerts to your Twitch stream in OBS Studio by using a platform like Streamlabs or StreamElements.

        How to Set Up Twitch Alerts?

        How to Set Up Twitch Alerts?

        1: Download Your Alerts

        You can download your new twitch alerts as a .ZIP archive right after the purchase!

        2: Extract the Package

        Simply extract the downloaded archive with your alerts to a folder on your computer.

        3: Use The Quick Install File

        Navigate to the Quick Installs folder and add your alerts to Streamlabs or StreamElements by clicking the corresponding file.

        4: Copy The Widget URL

        Copy a special URL of your alert from Streamlabs or StreamElements dashboard.

        5: Open Your Streaming Software

        Open OBS Studio, Streamlabs Desktop or any other streaming software that supports browser sources.

        6: Add Alerts to Your Stream

        Create a Browser Source for OBS Studio or Alerts Source for Streamlabs Desktop and paste your alerts widget URL.

        Can I Use These Alerts on Other Streaming Platforms?

        Our alerts are configured to work seamlessly with any streaming software and platform. Whether you’re a Streamlabs or StreamElements user, you can use our alerts anywhere — Twitch, Youtube, Facebook, Trovo, you name it. Wondering if you can use these alerts in your streaming software? Don’t worry, our alerts work perfectly with OBS Studio, Streamlabs Desktop, XSPlit, Lightstream, and any other software that supports Browser sources.

        Every Alert Type Included

        There are many ways that viewers can interact and engage with you on stream — our alerts are here to help! We’ve preconfigured our twitch alerts for every interaction type and here are some examples of the most common alert types that you can find in our packs.

        Follower Alert

        Isn’t it a nice feeling when someone follows your channel? Welcome your new follower and celebrate it with this alert type.

        Donation Alert

        Money! This alert pops up when someone donates you through a third-party service. Usually, such alerts include a message from the donator (Pro Tip: turn on text-to-speech so everyone on stream can hear the message).

        Subscriber Alert

        This one is a must-have for every Twitch streamer. You already know that subs can make you a living from streaming — an effective sub alert will help to thank your new subscribers and motivate others to sub as well.

        Cheer Alert

        Do you know that Twitch has an internal currency called “Bits”? Your fans can gift it to you, so don’t forget to set up a special alert notification for this cause.

        Quick Installs

        Install your alerts in less than a minute with our quick install files. We’ve included special pre-configured files that allow you to install your alerts to Streamlabs and StreamElements in a matter of clicks.

        Alert Sounds

        Want to be sure that everyone will notice your new alerts on stream? Each alert from our library comes preloaded with a unique sound effect crafted to work specially in sync with its animation. We make sounds from scratch for each alert so you can forget about DMCA strikes or muted VODs!

        Frequently Asked Questions

        Frequently Asked Questions

        Why should I use alerts on stream?
        These days twitch alerts are required for any successful and uprising streamer. They make your channel look and sound professional by improving the aesthetics of your stream. But most importantly, twitch alerts help to improve the interaction between you and your viewers on a deeper level — from reading a message attached with a donation to personally thanking your new follower — there are loads of possibilities you can use with alerts!
        What alerts do I need for streaming?
        There are some basic alert types that any streamer needs — follower and subscriber alerts are essential to appreciate your viewers' support. Don't forget about donation and cheer alerts to thank your fans for their contributions and, of course, take care of an alert for raids and hosts.
        What is a good size for Twitch alerts?
        The perfect resolution for a twitch alert widget is 800x600, and its file size should be not more than 3MB — that way, your alerts won't cover the whole screen and will run smoothly in any case.
        How to make twitch alerts?
        Want to get creative? Even though creating your own twitch alerts is a tedious task, you can use software such as Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator for design and Adobe After Effects for animation of your alert. Want to go even deeper? You can utilize CSS, HTML and Javascript to take your alerts to a whole new level.
        What are Twitch alert sounds?
        Twitch alert sounds are sounds that play on your stream when some event or interaction with your viewers happens. For example, a sound can play when someone follows your channel or sends you a donation.