With Walls.io, you can automatically push information about live streams on Twitch onto your Wall. It's easy to achieve this with our Zapier integration. This step-by-step guide explains how it's done.

🚨 Important: This requires access to the Walls.io API, which is only included in our Premium subscription & Large event pass.

1. Sign-up to Zapier

To get started, sign up with Zapier (https://zapier.com/) if you haven't already. Zapier is a marketing tool that allows you to connect hundreds of apps without coding skills. Zapier is offering free plans, so you can get started right away!

2. Enable API access for your wall

In Walls.io, go to "Settings" -> "API Access" and activate the access token:

3. Create & name your Zap

In Zapier, start to create your "Zap" by clicking "Make a Zap" (a Zap is kind of a "recipe" that will connect two apps, in our case Twitch + Walls.io). Enter a name for your Zap, f.e. "Twitch to Walls.io".

4. Choose "Twitch" for the Trigger App

5. Choose "New Live Stream" as trigger event:

This trigger will be fired every time a new stream goes live that matches any game and language specified.

6. Sign in to Twitch

If this is your first Zap using Twitch, you'll have to "Sign in to Twitch" to give Zapier permission to access your Twitch account:

7. Set up trigger

Next, set up which streams you want to include. You can filter streams by game, language and viewer threshold. You can also filter for streams from specific streamers!

Clicking "Test Trigger" will bring in the most recent message:

8. Choose "Walls.io" for the Action

9. Choose "Create Post" for the action event:

10. Sign in to Walls.io

If this is your first Zap using Walls.io, you'll have to "Sign in to Walls.io" and copy/paste the API token obtained in step 2:

11. Customize Post

Finally, you need to map the Twitch fields to Walls.io. We recommend to get started with these fields:

  • Title

  • User Name

  • Streamer Info Profile Image URL as User Image

  • Streamer Info Stream URL as Link

  • Thumbnail URL as Image

Select True for Moderation Status if you want to set your wall to Automatic Moderation. If you prefer to have Manual Moderation (=approve each post manually before it gets displayed on your social Wall), select "False".

11. Test your Zap and turn it on!

After turning on your Zap, all messages on your Twitch channel will be automatically sent to your Wall! 🚀

12. Try out other triggers!

In this example, we've used the trigger "New Live Stream" to display all new streams on your wall. The Twitch app on Zapier offers additional triggers, like "New Follower" or "New Live Stream by Streamer". You can find a full list here!

In case you have further questions, don't hesitate to contact the support team via the chat or support@walls.io!

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