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Alerts: Custom Fields (Streamlabs)

1. You'll first need to choose which Widget Theme you would like to use these alerts with within your Streamlabs dashboard you can either create a new widget theme (Recommended if you'd like to maintain your old alerts as a backup) or use the "Default" widget. Either way, once you're happy with the widget you want to use just click on "use"

2. Once imported you'll need to navigate to the Custom Fields. This is where we have programmed all of your controls so that you can customize everything exactly how you want it. You'll find the custom fields after you have imported the One-Click Setup, head to one of your alert tabs such as "Follows" and scroll down until you find the custom code and then click on the "Custom Fields" text.

3. Be sure to Save Settings in order to ensure your changes are completely locked in.

Event List Widget: Custom Widget (Streamlabs)

1. You'll first need to choose which Widget Theme you would like to use these alerts with within your Streamlabs dashboard you can either create a new widget theme (Recommended if you'd like to maintain your old alerts as a backup) or use the "Default" widget. Either way, once you're happy with the widget you want to use just click on "use"


If you have already made a widget theme for your alerts simply click on "Use" for the same theme to be able to use both at the same time.


2. Once imported you'll need to navigate to the Custom Fields. This is where we have programmed all of your controls so that you can customize everything exactly how you want it. YYou'll find the custom fields after you have imported the One-Click Setup, head to one of your alert tabs such as "Follows" and scroll down until you find the custom code and then click on the "Custom Fields" text.

3. Be sure to Save Settings in order to ensure your changes are completely locked in.

Multiple widgets of the same type (Streamlabs)

If you happen to have duplicate widgets, be it from another package or want to use something like the Event List along with another package that already has a widget of the same type.


Just import the widget to a new profile, and once settings are changed, copy the URL for the widget not from the settings page, but by clicking the link icon for the theme.

After which, you can now add the widget URL you wanted from the theme, to your streaming software as a browser source, and it will be accessible without activating the theme.

Do note that you will have to activate a theme to access the settings for it, so it is recommended to use this method for all your widgets so everything stays the same in the app (such as OBS).

Alerts: Custom Fields (StreamElements)

1. First, you'll need to click on the link that is relevant to you.

2. Once you have opened up one of the links the alerts will import into StreamElements and create a new overlay for you,

3. To edit the alerts click the "Edit" button and head to one of your alert settings. (In this article I'll be using the follower alert)

4. From here navigate to "Fields" in here you can customize your alert text to be exactly how you want them for your stream including conjuring up your very own magical spell style with the particle controls.

5. Be sure to Save Settings in order to ensure your changes are completely locked in.

Event List: Custom Fields (StreamElements)

1. First, you'll need to click on the link that is relevant to you.

2. Once you have opened up one of the links the event list will import into StreamElements and create a new overlay for you,

3. To edit the event list click the "Edit" button and head to one of your alert settings. (In this article I'll be using the follower alert)

4. From here navigate to "Fields" in here you can customize your alert text to be exactly how you want them for your stream including conjuring up your very own magical spell style with the particle controls.

5. Be sure to Save Settings in order to ensure your changes are completely locked in.

Alert Opacity:

(Want to change your alert opacity? Add two numbers—between 00 and 99—to the end of your color hex code. The closer to 00, the more transparent. For example, #00000095 is a very solid black.)

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