Enter the link to your Twitch channel, and your feed is ready! Add it to your page as a gallery or slider with photo descriptions or without them.
Increase the amount of followers on Twitch with the help of website traffic. Pick a feed layout, Slider or Gallery, and adjust your feed in several clicks.
Add a widget block to your page
Add the link to your channel on the Data tab
Open the Data tab for your feed. Enter the link to your Twitch channel and click on the Connect button.
Find the Twitch Feed block on the Extensions Menu and add it. Then add the Twitch Feed block to your page.
You can create a total of 5 widgets.
You can save the Twitch Feed block to User Blocks and add it from there. Or add a new Twitch Feed block and in the editor select an existing Twitch Feed in the "Home" menu.
In the editor, select Data and click the "Remove" button at the bottom of the panel. Warning: Once you delete Twitch Feed, it will be deleted in all projects and published sites. This action cannot be undone.
Warning! Once you delete Twitch Feed in the editor, this Twitch Feed will be deleted from all projects and published sites. This action cannot be undone. If this Twitch Feed is already in use on published sites, you can reconnect it to another source or change the appearance without editing the site itself.
Twitch Feed is developed by ElectricBlaze, a partner of Mobirise.
Write to the general support address [email protected], adding ElectricBlaze anywhere in the body of the email. The email will automatically be forwarded to ElectricBlaze.
Yes, users with a valid Mobirise Kit license can use Twitch Feed for no additional charge during the license period. You can also buy Twitch Feed as a separate extension.
After the license expires, you will not be able to add or edit the Twitch Feed block. Published sites can show a "Your license has expired" alert on top of the block.