To add a Discord server to your Twitch panel, you’ll need to follow a few simple steps. In this tutorial, I’ll guide you through the process, providing clear instructions along the way. Let’s get started!
First, log in to your Twitch account and navigate to your channel’s dashboard. From there, click on “Edit Panels” located below your stream window. This will allow you to customize your panels and add additional information for your viewers.
Once you’re in the panel editor, click on the “+” button to create a new panel. Give it a suitable title like “Join Our Discord Community” using the
tag for a subheader effect.
Next, you’ll want to provide a brief description of your Discord server. Use the
tag to start a new paragraph and write an engaging description that entices viewers to join. You can use tags for emphasis on specific words or phrases, like highlighting unique features or benefits of joining your server.
Now it’s time to insert a clickable link that takes viewers directly to your Discord server invitation page. To do this, highlight the text where you want the link to be and use the tag for underline effect. Within that text, include an tag with the href attribute set as the URL of your Discord server invitation page.
Join our Discord community and connect with fellow viewers!
To make it visually more appealing and organized, let’s add some bullet points using HTML lists. Start by wrapping these bullet points in an unordered list (
- ) using appropriate
- tags for each item.
- Engage: Chat with other community members in real-time.
- Get Updates: Stay informed about upcoming streams, events, and announcements.
- Exclusive Content: Access special channels and content available only to our Discord community members.
Additionally, you may want to include any specific rules or guidelines for your Discord server. You can use another
subheader to clearly state “Server Rules” and then use the
- tags to list them out.
- No spamming or self-promotion.
- Respect others and their opinions.
- No harassment or offensive language.
Remember to customize these rules based on your community guidelines.
Finally, don’t forget to save your changes. Once you’ve added the panel with all the necessary information, viewers will be able to see it on your Twitch channel page and easily join your Discord server by clicking the provided link.
Adding a Discord server to your Twitch panel is a great way to foster a sense of community among your viewers. By following these steps and utilizing HTML styling elements like bold text, underlined text, lists, and subheaders, you can create an engaging and visually appealing panel that encourages viewers to connect with you on Discord.