How to Use Twitch Api to Delete Schedule Segment

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To delete a scheduled segment using the Twitch API from within a WordPress plugin or theme, you can use the wp_remote_request() function to send an HTTP DELETE request to the /scheduled_broadcasts endpoint.

Here’s an example of how you can do this:

Copy code<?php

// Replace YOUR_CLIENT_ID and YOUR_TOKEN with your own client ID and OAuth token
$clientId = 'YOUR_CLIENT_ID';
$token = 'YOUR_TOKEN';

// Set the ID of the scheduled segment that you want to delete
$scheduledSegmentId = '12345';

// Set the headers for the request
$headers = [
  'Client-ID' => $clientId,
  'Authorization' => 'Bearer ' . $token

// Send the DELETE request to the /scheduled_broadcasts endpoint
$response = wp_remote_request(
  '' . $scheduledSegmentId,
    'method' => 'DELETE',
    'headers' => $headers,

// Check the status code of the response to see if the request was successful
if (wp_remote_retrieve_response_code($response) == 204) {
  echo 'Scheduled segment deleted successfully!';
} else {
  echo 'Error deleting scheduled segment: ' . wp_remote_retrieve_response_code($response);

Keep in mind that you will need to have a valid OAuth token with the channel:edit:broadcast scope to be able to delete a scheduled segment using the Twitch API. You can learn more about authenticating with the Twitch API and obtaining OAuth tokens in the Twitch API documentation.

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