After clicking the "Get Started" button, the livestreaming dashboard will provide a Unique Stream URL in the right hand column.
Different Types Of Links To Share
This unique URL pertains to the specific livestream you are creating. Clicking it while live will bring the user directly to the livestream. Clicking the specific URL after the livestream is done will point the user to the replay.
Alternatively, you can use Behance.net/YOUR-USERNAME/livestream to point users to your livestream. Clicking the generic URL after the livestream is done will point the user to your Behance profile.
Share Around The Web
Natively, Behance has support for automatically sharing your unique URL to Twitter, LinkedIN, Pinterest, and Facebook. Clicking any of these buttons will generate a short message and link to your stream.
Making A Schedule
Creating a streaming schedule helps your audience gather around a routine. A clear and reliable schedule helps viewers make your community a part of their week, and build relationships with other viewers they may regularly see in the chat. Many streamers create a graphic to post around the internet to advertise their scheduling for the week. Post it as a Behance project, Instagram story, tweet, or Facebook post!
Sharing Your Schedule Around Behance
By creating a Behance project for your schedule, you can create a dedicated space on your profile to advertise when you plan to go live.
Additionally, creating a project for your schedule will also populate your stream schedule around Behance. This means your followers can be greeted with your stream schedule as a new project when logging into Behance!
Share Around The Internet
Additionally, consider using your other social media platforms to promote when you're live. Consider making a highlight on Instagram using stories, developing a server on Discord for your streams, or creating a subreddit for people to communicate while you're off stream!
Building Community While You're Offline
Many streamers specifically create a Discord server to give their audience a central location to gather while offline. There's many ways to build and organize a server, so experiment with new channels and categories. Above are a few examples of server set ups from Behance streamers.
Join the Official Livestreaming on Behance Discord
Livestreaming on Behance has its own dedicated Discord server! You can join it by going to https://www.discord.gg/livestreaming Be sure to introduce yourself and post in the #going-live channel whenever you go live on the site.