Allow users to create taxonomies/categories to sort streamers they follow.
I would like to be able to sort the streamers I follow into different categories, perhaps based on a taxonomy system. For instance, I follow a lot of Rocket League streamers, I also follow a lot of Zelda streamers, and I follow a lot of musicians. I would like to be able to tag these streamers. So I may tag Rocket League streamers with: "Rocket League," "Games," "Funny," etc. And I may tag music streamers with "Original Music," "Covers," "Funny," etc. Then when I go to my follow page, I could easily sort and display streamers I am in the mood to look at.
In the example above, to take it further, if I clicked "Funny," I would see Rocket League and Music streamers who I've tagged as "Funny," and that's fine with me.
To take it even further, perhaps I could even choose to view other viewers' recommended tags (it could be like the Recommended section at the bottom of the follow page currently), to discover new "Rocket League" streamers or "Original Music" streamers, etc.
Creating a custom taxonomy system for sorting streamers sounds like a game-changer, especially when your tastes range from scoring goals in Rocket League to jamming out with musicians. Imagine tagging streamers based on your interests - "Rocket League," "Zelda," "Original Music," and even "Funny" (because who doesn't enjoy a good laugh?).
Now, you click on "Funny" and voilà, you're greeted by both hilarious Rocket League antics and musicians cracking jokes. It's like having a comedy club at your fingertips! Plus, peeking into other viewers' tags? That's like getting a secret cheat code to discover new, awesome content.
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They don't want us to be happy...
I would love to see this happen! To be able to sort my inner circle of streamers, or new community members who are streamers, or people who play specific things etc. This would be amazing!
For 8 years this has been requested. _Eight_ years to provide simple organization capabilities. *taps on mic* is this thing on??
Please let us group channels we follow into folders. I'd like to separate say, all the channels I follow with 20k viewers for tournaments, from my daily watches with hundreds or less viewers; or an auto sort by game with category breaks? I'm picturing like Discord but with full names attached to the pictures.
Can we make Followed Channel Folders? Example make a Tab called "FPS" and we can drag and drop say Shroud Channel that in there, or GTA RP and drag and drop Lord_Kebun in there so we can just go to that tab and see who's on instead of scrolling up and down lookin to see who's on or going to the Category and looking. Just a thought. Sorry if this has been brought up before.
Ability to create custom groups for watched channels and collect channels under it.
Groups or Folders in FOLLOWED CHANNELS.
DUDE....really. just make us ADD folders and rename them to ALLART , OR ALL HS, OR ALL(title) its so frustrating to start following someone and GOOD LUCK TO FIND HIM...
also.. A FAVORITE GROUP / FOLDER....so I DONT HAVE TO PRESS "SHOW MORE" TO SCROLL DOWN ...SCROLL DOWN..cmon ....im not the twitch owner and I have better ideas ..lulz...
cmon..make our lives more easy...........
just add A (+) sign...a folder or group appears..AND WE DRAG AND DROP easy and fast to that place and WALLA...all organized! and easy to find!
There are too many lists on my follow list.
I think it would be good if you could separate it into folders.
Have the ability to create your own groups for followed channels on the left hand vertical tab. that way you could group your followed streamers into categories and easily get to there channels if they are live or not. It's also an easy way to find streams that could fall under the same game or server.
it will be great if we can do different playlist of channel follow
cause if we want follow lot of channel it begin complicate
Would like to sort platforms also. Some games streams I watch and find out later that they are on computer or playstation. Would like to know before I get interested in game.
Let’s do this coo!
I would like to be able to organise my followed channels into folders (Art, Music, Horror, Sport, Favourites etc) to make it easier to find what I'm in the mood to watch.
I'd love to be able to organize the [FOLLOWED CHANNELS] list in folders. For example, I follow 'study with me' channels for when I study, gaming channels for when I am in relaxation mode and music channels for those moments when I want to party but there is a mix between them in my list because there's no way of organising them.
Can we get a group feature so we can make groups for streamers / channels we follow. i would love to see a way i can group streamers / channels by games, friends, etc etc. like on discord i create groups for all the servers ive joined. helps me to easier find the place im looking for. would be helpfull to get this with twitch as well. its a shame to have to remove a "follow" just so i can see the rest of my channels better.
So my idea would be to able to organise your twitch following page into different category's/folders so that you can keep "IRL Streamers" together and "Fornite Streamers" together etc.
It may sound complicated as such but honestly I feel like it would be a great call for people who like to have a bit of organisation
It would be awesome for the user/viewer to be able to create folders/groups that could be used to organize the followed channels that are online. For instance, I might want to sort them by genre, game, my frequency/priority for watching, etc. This would allow me to watch streams easier and support more streamers.
Note: This is primarily referring to the active streams displayed on the left side of the screen while watching a stream.
I also think that a folder creation system where we can insert streamers according to our pleasure to date would be really a very useful function. I would really love to have it.
Do this Twitch. I use a browser extension that does that and since I installed it I've been following A LOT more streamers cause I know I won't miss when my favorite ones are live, even if they have a low viewer count, cause they show up at the top of the list. It would be great to have that on mobile as well with an official implementation of this feature.