Stream Tweeter is a social media automation tool that uses the Twitch API to publish dynamically generated content and information about a user’s Twitch stream to their own Twitter feed.
A user logs in with their Twitch account and connects their Twitter account. The user then creates tweet templates that can include placeholders for real-time information, such as the currently streaming game. The app subscribes to webhooks for real-time detection of a user's stream status, and on a configurable interval, generates a Twitch Clip from the user’s stream which is then embedded into a tweet.
Additionally, data about the user’s stream is regularly saved to display metrics and a log of created content in the user’s dashboard.
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The user logs in with Twitch.
The user is prompted to connect their Twitter account.
After authorizing Twtter, the user can now see the interface to create/edit Tweet Templates and adjust Tweet settings.
A user can hover or tap on available placeholders to see hints about how they will filled in when the tweet is published.
'View Log' displays a user's Stream Tweeter history which includes the user's viewer metrics, the tweets posted, and the clips created during a live steam session.