In some situations, it could be beneficial to disable Sound Alerts: This can be useful when you talk about a serious topic and don't want to get interrupted by alerts.

Pause and unpause Sound Alerts

You can take a temporary break from Sound Alerts by using the pause function. To do so, visit your Sound Alerts dashboard and click on the pause button.

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This setting pauses Sound Alerts completely, and your viewers can't play or activate alerts while this setting is active. It also blocks your event alerts for events such as new followers. If you want to unpause Sound Alerts again, click on "Unpause Sound Alerts" on your dashboard.

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Deactivate your Sound Alerts account

If you want to disable Sound Alerts permanently, you can deactivate your Sound Alerts account. Visit your Sound Alerts dashboard and click on "Account" in the top right corner to open your account settings. In these settings, click on "deactivate account".

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This will remove the connection to your Twitch account, and the Sound Alerts Chatbot will leave your channel.

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Reactivate your Sound Alerts account

If you decide to come back to Sound Alerts, your old settings will be saved, so you can continue where you have left right away. Just click on the "Login with Twitch on the Sound Alerts Dashboard login page, and you are good to go again.

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