One of the features of the Scene Editor is our new Emote Wall widget. With this widget, the emotes your community posted in the chat will be shown in the livestream.
The Scene Editor enables more ways to elevate your livestream: It allows you to add useful widgets with various functionalities to your livestream—completely available within your Sound Alerts setup.
Learn what you can do against Follow botting and how to handle it.
This article is about pausing Sound Alerts and deactivating your Sound Alerts account. It also shows how to reactivate a Sound Alerts account again.
With the new feature, Streamers can add managers to change their sound buttons or even sound profiles. Here you will learn how to add your managers and which different roles are able to be assigned.
The Sound Alerts Twitch Extension offers a Text-to-Speech (TTS) feature, which allows your viewers to send individual messages read out directly in the livestream. This article will show you how you can set those up.
This article will show you how to customize your chatbot messages.
In this article you will learn what options you have to enable and disable your "Chat Notification".
Always wanted to add a personal touch to your livestream? Here you will learn how to create and customize your overlays with Sound Alerts.
Here we are going to explain why setting up favorite sounds will make your life much easier & how you are going to do it.
A little instruction on how to transfer your browser source to your other scenes.
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This article will show you how to edit the font for your widgets in the Sound Alerts Scene Editor. Moreover, we will show you how you can select one of your font files by adapting the CSS of the browser source.
This guide will show you how to implement your font files in Sound Alerts by adapting the CSS (Cascade Style Sheets) in your streaming software. This is a great way to give your livestream and Sound Alerts a personal touch.