Getting Started with Creati's Bot

Isaiah C

Isaiah C / January 06, 2022

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If you are looking to set up and use Text to Speech (TTS), custom sounds, videos, or other cool features with your Twitch channel point rewards you are in the right place! This guide will help you get started!

1.) Login with Twitch

Click the purple “Login” button in the top right to login with Twitch.

2.) Go to the Dashboard

Once logged in, either click here or Dashboard button up at the top.

3.) Click the Rewards Tab

On the left side of the Dashboard, there should be a button that says “Rewards”. Click that. The rewards tab is where you will add features like TTS, sound alerts, video alerts, and more, to Channel Point rewards.

4.) Create a new Channel Point Reward (optional)

If you've already created a reward you want to add features to, great! Go ahead to the next step. If not, let’s make a new Channel Point reward.

At the bottom of the Rewards tab, there should be a button that says, “Add new Reward” Click that. Go ahead and enter in a Title, and a cost.

5.) Add Features to your Reward

To add features like TTS, sounds, videos, etc. to your rewards, find the reward you want to edit in the dashboard. Once you find the reward, click the "Add Features" button. You can now begin adding features to the reward. Select a feature from the dropdown, then click the blue "+ Add Feature" button at the top of the dialog box.
If you don't know what a feature does, check out the
Features page. Make sure to save your settings after you add features to rewards.

Add Browser Source

Once you have configured your rewards and added features of your choosing, you will now move to your streaming software. I use OBS (Open Broadcaster Software). OBS is not required, but your streaming software must be capable of opening a url/webpage.

On the dashboard, there will be a button called "Show Alert URL". Click that. It is your Alert URL for your streaming softwares browser source.

Add that URL as a new browser source on OBS, or your preferred streaming software, and you should be good to go!

You're done

You should be good to go. If you have any issues check out the help page for more resources.