It just says that the person isn’t following.
!commands add !following $(touser) has been following $(hilennation) since: $(customapi
this is how I have it set up, is there something wrong? please help <3
You are not using the $(channel) variable correctly. It should be:
similar to this thread here:
okay, thanks but which one of the $(channel)? cause there’s two
Replace $(hilennation) with $(channel).
both of them though? I’m confused
Ah, didnt see your start post, yes both.
!commands add !following $(touser) has been following $(channel) since: $(customapi
it still says not following >_<
Ah I see, yeah that API looks a bit broken.
Try out this one:
!commands add !following $(urlfetch https://api.rtainc.co/twitch/channels/$(channel)/followers/$(touser)?format=+has+been+following++for+)
oh that worked!!! thank you so much <3
Hey, I’m trying to get Nightbot to tell me when a new person follows without a command, since my twitch alerts aren’t working. Can you do this, or is it not possible?
October 10, 2016, 6:56am
Nightbot does not function as a follower alert alone, sorry. You might be able to use
Muxy with Nightbot to do that.
Is there a version of this that gives us the exact date they followed instead of just the range in years and months?
EG: GreyRookTV followed 2 years ago (October 10, 2014 2:30 AM)
You could achieve this using two api’s in one command:
!addcom !followed $(urlfetch https://api.rtainc.co/twitch/channels/$(channel)/followers/$(touser)?format=%5B1%5D+followed+%5B2%5D+ago) ($(urlfetch https://2g.be/twitch/following.php?user=$(touser)&channel=$(channel)&format=d/m/Y%20-%20h:i%20a¬ext))
Output: User followed 1 year, 2 months ago (dd/mm/yyyy - 02:34 pm)
You can swap around the
d/m/Y in the url to get your preferred date format if you like (e.g.
m/d/Y will show months first)
October 24, 2016, 8:16pm
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