When you request the
channel:read:subscriptions authorization, the user it informed that the application will be allowed to:
Get a list of all subscribers to your channel and check if a user is subscribed to your channel
This description doesn’t make any sense, because what the application is really seeking for is a list of all subscription of the user, not a list of his subscribers…
Cf: Reference | Twitch Developers
Get all of a broadcaster’s subscriptions.
Unless the documentation is not correct…
The docs are in correct.
At time of writing there is no helix scope or API endpoint to get the channels that a user subscribes to
The scope is correct.
But the docs wording is ambiguous
Ok, then I should use the old API and use channel_subscriptions scope?
But then the scope description is also incorrect, it still says
This will allow xxx to:
- Get a list of all subscribers to your channel
Should be “Check if you are subscribed to a channel”, no?
If you want to get the channels a user subscribes to its
This will let you do a user to channel check.
You can’t get “all” the channels a user is subscribed too.
i personally cannot figure it out at all by reading the doc. (nor remember which is which after a week)
best way to figure out is to use your own account + a smaller streamer.
your short script will be infinitely more useful than the current doc…
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