Watch AMA on Discord

Watching a live stream video in a Term Structure's Discord channel is a great way to engage with content and interact with others in real-time. This tutorial will guide you through the process of finding, joining, and watching a live-stream video on Discord.

How to Watch a Live Stream Video in Term Structure's Video Channel

Step 1: Join the Term Structure server

Before you can watch a live stream video on a server's channel, you must first join the Term Structure server. Click "Accept Invite" to join the server.

Once you join the Term Structure server, you will see Term Structure icon on the left menu.

Step 2: Verify the account

Click the verify channel:

Click verify button to verify the account:

Step 3: Join the live stream video channel

Once you've joined a server, look for TS Stage channel where live stream video is hosted and click it.

Step 4: Adjust the video settings

Upon entering the live stream channel, you may need to adjust the video settings to suit your preferences. Look for settings like video quality, volume, and full-screen mode. You can typically find these settings near the bottom of the video player.

Step 5: Interact with the live stream

As you watch the live stream video, you can interact with other viewers by typing messages in the chatroom or using reactions (😄👏) to express your thoughts.

You can ask questions in TS Stage or ama-questions channel:

Step 6: Leave the live stream channel

To leave the live stream channel, click on another channel in the server or use the "disconnect" button, typically located near the bottom-left corner of the screen.

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