How to Livestream on stackstream 


Stackstream is in the game of versatility. Everything about this tool is made to be inclusive and customised for your needs. When you start a live share session in stackstream, your teammates get instant, secure access to your code in their own tools. You do not need to clone, copy, or configure it.

Stackstream allows you to co-edit, co-debug, chat, share terminals, and servers, and even review comments so that your team knows what next steps need to be taken to bring the project to an end.

This tool is created to work on multiple use cases, but also has an extensibility model that allows you to add preferred customizations to it, making your work easier and faster.

Some of the benefits of streaming on stackstream include:  

  • Complete control over your content and the functionality of your channel.
  • The audiences are only developers or people who love code talk.
  • Interact with viewers on a more personal level with meet and greets. 
  • Easy integrations with other streaming platforms like YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook. 
  • Local recordings are unaffected by faulty internet connection.
  • Excellent compression means a stable streaming connection.

How to do live steam:

To create a live stream, all you need is an email address and password, that’s all.

Step 1: Open stackstream website on your mobile/laptop/desktop and click on “create room” icon.

Step 2: It will redirect you to this page. Choose your favourite mail id or GitHub id or even id and open an account.

Step 3: After signing up, please spend 1-2 mins to finish the details. You can choose very small to detailed details as per your choice. You can start streaming straight from there by clicking the “start room” icon or even schedule one as per your availability. And Voilà! You got your own room and are ready to see the coder world!!

Is it possible to stream Video on stackstream & Twitch simultaneously?

stackstream allows you to stream video from your comfort zone- it could be your webcam or your mobile and you can share what’s appearing on your screen. It integrates easily with other social sharing platforms like Twitch so you can upload your stream with just a couple of clicks.

How to end a stream: 

You can end your stream at any time by clicking the “Leave” button on the bottom right of the screen. You can choose either “Leave” or “End room for all”; the leave option will close the room immediately but if you want the audience to have some time before leaving, you can choose the end room for all options. 

Do you want to sit alone in front of your workstation for the rest of your life? What’s the use of googling problems and getting non-specific answers which might not be as helpful as you are expecting and hoping to find a saviour on the internet.

Don’t just sit and hope, be a saviour, take the chance to enjoy the streaming without the fear of judgement. It doesn’t matter whether you are a pro or just a newbie, stackstream is a place for all who love code,



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