Part of running a successful channel on Twitch is finding the right username for it. You want to find the best name to fit not only your personality and streaming content, but also something that will stick in people’s minds.
When you start out on Twitch, odds are that you are going to have a username that you won’t want to stick with in the long-run. When you run into this issue, you are going to want to change your username to something that sticks.
The process of changing your Twitch username is incredibly easy, and we have you covered on it right here.
- Change Your Username in Twitch Settings
- Do More On Twitch with Kapwing
Go to Twitch Settings
The first thing you need to do is head over to Twitch and sign in to your account. Once you are on the dashboard, look in the top right corner of your screen and click on your profile icon.
This will open up a drop-down menu and you will look down the list to find Settings. Click on this to go to the settings menu.
Scroll down the page to find the Profile Settings section. In this section, you can change a handful of things that you can change, including your username. There will be a text box here where you can enter your new username in order to change it.
However, as you can see in our screenshot above, you can only change your username every 60 days. So once you have changed the username, you won’t be able to do so again until after the 60 day period is over.
So be sure that whatever username you enter is the right one for you, as you will have to wait until you change it again.
Do More On Twitch with Kapwing
Now that you have the right username on Twitch, it’s time to see what more the platform, when combined with Kapwing, can do to elevate your content.
To grow your channel with a sense of professionalism, you want a banner that will be displayed on your channel when you are offline. Kapwing has the tools for you to customize the image with your logo, references to your social media channels, and more.
You always want to make sure your chat has the tools they need to interact with you and be a part of each stream on Twitch. You can use Kapwing’s editing services to create your own emotes that you will then upload into your channel for use.
A banner is a big part of your channel, sitting behind your profile picture and video box. It is something that your viewers will be seeing every time they’re on your Twitch channel, so you want to make sure that it matches your aesthetic. You can use Kapwing to craft the perfect Twitch banner to then upload right to your channel.
Kapwing gives you the ability to create your own alert sounds to use whenever a specific event happens on your streams. You can customize what plays when someone donates, subscribes, and more, all with Kapwing’s services.
Twitch is a huge platform and for everyone getting in on the action, it’s important to know just how to use the platform, including changing your username. Plus, Kapwing offers a ton of options to customize your channel in other ways as well. As you work on building up your profile, be sure to check out Kapwing on YouTube and Instagram for more online tutorials, as well as follow us on Twitter for updates and news for our online video editor.