How to use Moobot as your Twitch bot [GUIDE] đŸ€–

You can get your very own Moobot by signing up via Twitch - no registration required! On average, it takes just 6 seconds to get started.

Once you've signed up, you can manage your Moobot directly from your new dashboard. No need to download or install anything!

With just a few more clicks, your Moobot can start automating a lot of tedious tasks for you, removing unwanted and rewarding desirable behaviors, and encouraging engagement and loyalty from your community on Twitch.

This helps you focus your energy on engaging with and entertaining your community, building the exact community you want on Twitch, and increasing the engagements which lead to more Twitch subs and followers for you.

Getting started by signing up via Twitch#

  1. To get started, navigate to https://moo.bot and click the «Connect with Twitch» button to start the sign-up process.Connect with Twitch button
  2. Twitch will ask you to allow Moobot to access your account.
    Moobot doesn't request any access or information about you, it only wants to know what your username on Twitch is.
    Click the «Authorize» button to sign up via Twitch.Sign up via Twitch
  3. Your browser should now take you to your brand new Moobot dashboard!Welcome to your Moobot dashboard!
  4. Click the «Take a quick tour to learn more» button at the bottom of the menu to take a quick tour of your new dashboard, showing off its various features and functionality.

Getting the Twitch bot set up in your Twitch chat#

Your Moobot will be inactive until it set up as a moderator in your chat.

Not detected as a moderator in your chat

To make Moobot a moderator, click the green magic-wand-iconed «Resolve» button in the «The bot is not detected as a moderator in your chat» prompt, and then follow its steps to make Moobot a moderator in your Twitch chat.

Once completed, the bot should be fully operational in your Twitch chat!

All OK!

Adding your first chat command to your Twitch chat#

Chat commands help you minimize the effort you spend on repeating yourself, so you instead can engage with and entertain your audience.

You can start off by making a simple chat command that tells your community how to follow and reach you on social media. That way when you post that your stream is live, they'll know.

  1. First open up the «Commands» menu from the main menu.The commands menu
  2. Then open the «Custom commands» menu by clicking its option in the «Commands» menu.The custom commands menu
  3. Type in the chat command's name in the «Command name...» input at the bottom of the menu, e.g. «Twitter», and then click the «Create» button. The custom command edit-menu, creating the chat command
  4. Once in the edit-menu for your new «!Twitter» chat command, find the «Response» input, and type the message you want the chat command to respond with in Twitch chat.
    E.g. «​Follow Moobot on Twitter.com/MoobotApp to see when they'll go live! â€‹đŸ’œÂ»The custom command edit-menu, setting the response
  5. Save the chat command by clicking the «Save» button at the bottom of the menu.

Your «!Twitter» chat command should now be available in your Twitch chat!

Test it out by going to the Twitch chat on your dashboard, typing in «!Twitter» in the «Send a message» input, and then clicking the «Chat» button.

Click the «OK» button inside the confirmation dialog that pops up, allowing you to send chat messages from your dashboard.

Testing the command in Twitch chat

Your Moobot should now display your chat command's response directly in your Twitch chat.

Testing the command in Twitch chat, the response

Automatically posting a message to your Twitch chat#

Moobot can auto post a message to your Twitch chat. You can use this to post some commonly used responses, for announcements, or to e.g. plug your social media.

Moobot will post messages through its timers, which will continuously post at a set period.

After you've added your first chat command, you can have Moobot post it automatically to your Twitch chat.

  1. First open up the «Commands» menu from the main menu, then open the «Custom commands» menu from there.The commands menu
  2. Find your chat command in the «Current commands» table and then click the pencil-iconed «Edit» button in the command's table row.The custom commands menu
  3. Activate the «Automatically post this command to chat while chat is active» checkbox to post it automatically to your Twitch chat.The custom command edit-menu
  4. Save your changes by clicking the «Save» button at the bottom of the menu.

Your chat command should now post to your Twitch chat automatically as long as chat is active.

Adjusting the timer that is automatically posting to your Twitch chat#

From the «Timers» menu, you can adjust the timer that is posting your chat command automatically.

  1. First open the «Timers» menu from the «Commands» menu in the main menu.The commands menu
  2. Find the timer in the «Current timers» table, usually named «Default timer», and then click the pencil-iconed «Edit» button in the timer's table row.The command timers menu
  3. Adjust the values for «Minutes passed before posting» and «Chat lines passed before posting», and then click the «Save» button at the bottom of the menu to save your changes.The command timer edit-menu

Removing undesirable comments in your Twitch chat#

Moobot can act as your mod, auto-removing spam and undesirable comments in your Twitch chat. This helps you create the community you want on Twitch.

All of your Moobot's auto moderation options are fully adjustable to fit the needs of you, your Twitch mods, and your community on Twitch.

Moobot offers several built-in message filters to make your life easier.

Activate the filter and Moobot will automatically remove the filter's unwanted behavior from your Twitch chat.

  1. First open up the «Moderation» menu from the main menu, and then the «Message filters» menu from there.The moderation menu
  2. Activate any of the built-in message filters by activating its toggle button.Deactivated toggle buttonActivated toggle button

Encouraging new Twitch subs and follows with engagement alerts#

Moobot can automatically give recognition for several desirable engagements on Twitch.

Analysis has shown this small recognition to be enough to boost further such engagements.

  1. First open up the «Features» menu from the main menu, and then the «Chat notifications» menu from there.The features menu
  2. Activate alerts for the engagements you desire by activating its toggle button, and your Moobot will then give recognition for these engagements in a public alert posted to your Twitch chat.Deactivated toggle buttonActivated toggle button

Changing your Twitch category and title directly from your dashboard#

The stream widget on your dashboard lets you set the channel's Twitch category and title.

Adjust the title from its input, or set the category by searching for it and selecting it in the drop-down.

If asked, grant Moobot access to adjust your category and title by clicking the «Grant» button and then following its steps.

Granting access to adjust your category and title

Get familiar with your Moobot#

To further set up your Moobot, get familiar with it by navigating the different menus from the main menu, and look at the main documentation page for an overview of all its features and functionality.

The menus on your dashboard also have special buttons which will take you directly to the relevant documentation.

Click the button to open its documentation.

A documentation button

Some tips for your Moobot#