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How to Set Up Basic Notifications for Kick Bot on Discord

Ever missed a live stream from your favorite streamer and wished there was a way to get notified instantly? Well, look no further! Setting up basic notifications for Kick Bot on Discord is a breeze. In this guide, we'll take you through each step, from inviting the bot to customizing your notifications, so you're always in the loop.

Step 1: Invite the Kick Bot

First things first, you need to invite the Kick Bot to your Discord server if you haven't already. Here's how:

  1. Click the Invite Link: Head over to Kick Bot Invite and click on the "Invite" button.
  2. Select Your Server: Choose the Discord server you want to add the bot to from the list.
  3. Authorize the Bot: Make sure to grant the necessary permissions for the bot to function correctly, then click "Authorize."
Step 2: Get the Streamer Link

Next, you'll need the link to the streamer you want to receive notifications for:

  1. Visit Go to and find the streamer you're interested in.
  2. Copy the Streamer Link or Name: The link should look something like this: "" You can also just copy the name, for example, "xqc."
Step 3: Use the /add Command in Discord

Now that you have the streamer's link or name, it's time to set up the notifications in your Discord server:

  1. Open Your Discord Server: Navigate to the server where you've invited the Kick Bot.
  2. Enter the /add Command: Type the /add command in any text channel, followed by the streamer's link or name in the "streamer" option.
  3. Specify the Notification Channel: In the "channel" option, specify the channel where you want to receive notifications.
Step 4: Customize Your Notification Message (Optional)

If you want to personalize the notification messages, follow these steps:

  1. Use the /variables Command: Type /variables to see a list of available variables you can use in your custom message.
  2. Set Your Custom Message: In the "message" option, input your custom message using the variables provided.
Step 5: Confirm Permissions

Before you finalize everything, ensure that the Kick Bot has the required permissions to post notifications in your chosen channel:

  1. Check Bot Permissions: Make sure the bot has permission to read and send messages in the specified channel.
  2. Adjust Permissions if Necessary: If needed, adjust the channel permissions to allow the bot to post notifications.

And that's it! You've successfully set up basic notifications for Kick Bot on Discord. You'll now receive alerts whenever your selected streamer goes live on