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How to enable Streamer mode on Discord

Have you ever wanted to become popular on Twitch in the simplest way? With Discord, now a chance. As one of the fastest growing VoIP platforms for gamers, there are a myriad of video game communities you can be part of. If you have a certain reputation in the communities you belong to, you can take advantage of Discord's Streamer mode to actively show that you're streaming. In addition, the Streamer mode intelligently hides your account information and safeguards your privacy so that random people watching your Twitch stream don't get access to Discord information when you open the application. So, if you want to show your Twitch channel and improve the number of viewers, make sure you have enabled the Streamer mode on Discord every time before starting a stream. If you have no idea how to do this, let's take a look at how to enable Streamer mode on Discord:

Enable Streamer mode on Discord

Note: Discord Streamer mode can only be enabled if you are using the client browser or the desktop application. The option is not currently available in the mobile app.

First of all, you need to make sure that you have connected your Twitch account to Discord, before you can properly take advantage of the platform's Streamer mode. Then, follow the steps below to link your account and enable Hassle-free streaming mode:

  • Open Discord and go up "Settings" by clicking gear icon . Now, go to the section "Connections" and click on the Twitch logo . Just log in with Twitch credentials and everything will be fine.

  • Now, in the same Settings menu, go to section "Streamer mode" and activate the Streamer Mode with the help of the switch. By default, it is automatically enabled / disabled if you have third-party streaming software such as OBS or XSplit running on your computer.

  • In the same section, you will be able to adjust the privacy controls while the Streamer mode is enabled. You can choose to hide personal information such as emails, linked accounts, notes and Discord tags, which is absolutely necessary, so that casual viewers cannot access them. In addition, you can also hide instant invitation links to various servers. In addition to all this, you can choose to disable all sounds and notifications while the Streamer mode is enabled.

  • Now, once you start streaming on Twitch, Discord's online status indicator will change to purple to indicate everyone you're broadcasting. People who are connected to you on the platform will be able to watch your stream simply by clicking on the "LIVE ON TWITCH" option once they visit your profile.

Use the Streamer mode in Discord to let everyone know you're LIVE

If you have a good reputation in Discord or have a high position in a large community, you can use the platform to get more viewers for your Twitch stream and increase your popularity. That's right, once users see that purple icon, most people will be interested in checking your stream and, probably, they may end up following you even if they enjoy watching it. So, are you ready to use Discord's Streamer mode to let everyone know you're LIVE on Twitch? Let us know what you think about this feature, by dropping your valuable opinions in the comments section below.