This error was meant to indicate that the giving channel has not been entered properly but right now it also appears if the user_read permission has not been granted in scopes.
In April 2018 two users complained about seeing this notice after a plugin update. The solution is to complete the Setup Wizard again and apply user_read, unless the spelling of the channel is the issue.
A notice commonly experienced by a first-time installation of TwitchPress and it is caused by the user_read permission not being granted. You can change that at any time in the Twitch API tab, in the plugin’s Settings.
Always check the plugins configuration in the Help tab when dealing with a problem, click here to read more on how to confirm that my Twitch plugin is fully setup.
Twitch returned some of your account information but your email address was not included in the data.
The plugin already runs some tests, per page request, while you’re on the administration side and requesting any TwitchPress view. The tests results can be found in the Help tab, while you’re on any of the plugins own views.
Various tests are performed to try different areas of the plugin. Each missing or incorrect value requires a different approach to troubleshooting. So don’t get carried away trying to make the plugin work, without being pointed in the right direction by another guide or by asking me!
The one possible fix that you can try for all scenarios is completing the Setup Wizard again. You will find a button to start that in the Installation section of the Help tab you’ve just been looking at above.
This notice might be experienced when using the TwitchPress Login Extension. The full notice is as follows…
Twitch.tv returned an error when attempting to login. This could be a temporary issue with the API. Please return to the login page and try again. If this message appears twice please report it.
The notice is usually caused by the plugin not being set up properly so my initial support would assume that until I see something in the configuration that suggests otherwise. New users of the TwitchPress plugin will experience this often and it is the perfect opportunity to learn how to monitor the TwitchPress system.
1. Open Help Tab
Please begin by going to any of the plugins pages and opening the Help tab. I use the help tab a lot, it’s an ideal place for anything that applies to all views.
2. Status Sections
If you’re using the latest version, you’ll see these highlighted Help tab sections. If you don’t see them, please update the plugin. They will tell you what is going wrong and right.
3. Twitch User Status
This is the Twitch User Status setup wrong because you’ve had to log into your site the normal way, without going through Twitch authorization. This section will tell you more once we get you logged in using Twitch.
4. Twitch App Status
If any of the values in your Twitch App Status looks like this, your Twitch app credentials might be wrong or the main channel has not been set up. Please click on the Installation section and click Setup Wizard to go through setup again.
5. Twitch Channel Status
Go to the Twitch Channel Status section. Most, if not all, values should be populated. If any are empty like in this image, please go through the Setup Wizard again. To do that, click on Installation and then the Setup Wizard.