Display the name(s) of all people whose birthday it is today.


When first adding this app, click on the Birthdays button to open the birthdays editor. This is a table in which you fill out the names and dates of birth of all the people you want to congratulate via your channel.

If you have a two-column spreadsheet with names and dates that you like to paste int the birthdays editor, you can do that by copying that table from your spreadsheet (Ctrl+C (Windows/Linux) or ⌘+C (MacOS)) and pasting it into the birthdays table with shortcut key Ctrl+V (Windows/Linux) or ⌘+V (MacOS).

Upon playback, the app will show the name of the first person whose birthday it is today. The next time the app is shown, the name of the second person is shown, and so forth. When all birthdays have been shown, the app will start again from the beginning. If it's nobody's birthday today, the app will show "...". We actually recommend enabling the Skip page when this app is empty option to make sure the page with the Birthdays app is not shown at all when there are no current birthdays.


You can configure the app using the following properties:

Property Explanation
Birthdays Manage the list of names of people and their birth dates.
Skip page when this app is empty When enabled, the page this app is on will be skipped during playback when there is no current birthday to show.

And finally there are a number of generic app properties that you can configure that you'll find on many other elements as well.