How 3rd-party integrations work with Super Chat & channel memberships
You can engage your fans and members using interactive 3rd party tools and services. Using these 3rd-party integration tools can help you create special experiences for your channel members and offer fun interactions when your viewers purchase Super Chats.
The following 3rd-party tools and services work with our Super Chat and channel memberships API Services. These 3rd-party tools and services are governed by their own terms and conditions that you should read and understand.
Discord is a free voice and text chat application that works with channel memberships. You can offer members-only access to private voice and text servers. Check out this article on the Discord site for more info on how to set up and manage this integration.
Set up Discord for memberships
To make Discord work with memberships, you’ll need:
Connect your Discord and YouTube accounts
- Sign in to Discord.
- Select User Settings Connections YouTube.
- Set up a Discord server by clicking Server Settings YouTube.
- All your active members will automatically be added.
Streamlabs offers free broadcasting tools for streamers and can be used with Super Chat and channel memberships. Check out this YouTube video by the Streamlabs team for more info. You can also learn more about this integration on the Streamlabs blog.
Set up Streamlabs for Super Chat and memberships
To make Streamlabs work with memberships and/or Super Chat, you’ll need:
Use Streamlabs with YouTube
- Sign in to Streamlabs using your YouTube account.
- Follow the onscreen instructions to link your YouTube account with Streamlabs.
- You can then set up widget, alerts, and more on Streamlabs.
IFTTT lets you use and create applets that automatically trigger real-life interactions. You can use it with Super Chat and channel memberships. Learn more about IFTTT and how it works with monetization features on YouTube.
Data availability through Sponsorships API Service
Our Sponsorships API Service gives you access to the following data about your members. If you use a 3rd-party company to offer perks, you can choose to share this data about your members with them so you can deliver memberships benefits.
- The member's channel URL
- The name of the member's channel
- A link to the member's profile picture
- When the member joined your channel
Remove 3rd-party site or app access
If you gave account access to a 3rd-party site or app you no longer trust, you can remove its access to your Google Account. The site or app won’t be able to access any more info from your Google Account, but you may need to request that they delete the data they already have.
- Go to your Google Account.
- On the left navigation panel, select Security.
- On the Third-party apps with account access panel, select Manage third-party access.
- Select the site or app you want to remove.
- Select Remove Access.
Report a 3rd-party site or app
Follow these steps if you believe a site or app is misusing your data, like creating spam, impersonating you, or using your data in harmful ways.
- Go to the Apps with access to your account section of your Google Account. You might need to sign in.
- Select the app you want to report Report this app.
Learn more about account access for 3rd-party sites and apps.