Channel Points allow your viewers to collect points by watching your stream on Twitch. Using Sound Alerts, you can get the most out of your Channel Points rewards and create various custom interactions for your stream.

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Unlock & Enable Channel Points Alerts

Channel Points are accessible to both Twitch Affiliates and Partners. You can oversee your status through the Creator Dashboard. If you are an Affiliate or Partner, and your Sound Alerts Dashboard does not show you the Channel Points menu, you must log out and back in again to unlock it.

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Adding Channel Points Rewards via Sound Alerts

Log into the Sound Alerts Dashboard to add your first Channel Point reward, log into the Sound Alerts Dashboard. Now, navigate to "My Alerts" and select "Channel Points" in the upper tab. Click on the "Add New Button", and a dropdown will open showing you the reward types available to you — these range from classic sounds to Text-to-Speech or Video Share via Channel Points. Set up multiple types to offer some variety to your viewers.

As soon as you have decided on a type, you can adjust lots of settings:

  • Audio Volume
  • Channel Point Amount
  • Cooldown
  • Chat Message
  • Alert Animation

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Redeem Channel Points Alerts on Twitch

To use a Channel Point reward as a viewer, there is a corresponding icon at the bottom of the Twitch chat. If you select this, a window opens where all Channel Point rewards are. Make sure you choose unique names in the setup so your viewers know what they spend their Channel Points on.

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If something did not work when activating the rewards, you could refund the Channel Points to your viewers via our Activity Feed. You can find out exactly how this works here. Please get in touch with us and visit our Sound Alerts Discord Server if you have any questions.

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