There is numerous reasons you may need your channel URL or ID. Any time you want to share your stream you will need to use your channel URL. If you want to connect any apps or plugins to your channel it may request your channel ID. In this article I will break down how you can get both of these items.
Let’s jump in and get started.
How To Find Your Twitch Channel URL
Finding your Twitch channel URL is easy. Just head over to https://twitch.tv and click on your profile picture in the top right hand corner then click on the channel button.
This will take you to your Twitch channel. When you are on this page go to your URL bar at the top of the screen. Here you will find your channel URL.
You can copy this and share it on your social platforms or with friends to share your stream with them.
How To Find Your Twitch Channel ID
Finding your Twitch channel can be quite hard. There is currently no easy way to find it in your channel settings. You will need to return your channel ID through the Twitch API.
If you are not a coder you probably do not know how to do this. Luckily someone has created a chrome extension tool that allows us to get our channel ID.
Just open the extension, type in your username and it will return your channel ID.
How To Get The Embed Code For Your Twitch Channel
If you want to embed your Twitch channel on something like your own website you will need to get the embed code.
To get this go to your channel on Twitch and go down to the bottom right of the video player. Click on the share button (To the left of the 3 dots) and then click on the Embed button.
You will then get access to the embed code which you can copy and paste into your website to display your stream on the site.
Hopefully this article has helped you find your Twitch channel ID or channel URL easily so you can utilise it in whatever way you need.
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