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  1. The new suspicious users feature should be available to third-party moderation tools.

    https://safety.twitch.tv/s/safety-news/detail?language=en_US&post=Using-Machine-Learning-to-Curb-Ban-Evasion

    A lot of moderators use third-party tools and it would be quite important to at least be able to see the messages/warnings. It would be even better if changing the restricted/monitoring state of a user would be possible as well.

    This would be akin to the great AutoMod API, which provides mods with a PubSub topic for detailed real-time information and Helix endpoints for handling messages.

    118 votes

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  2. The idea is simple: Add the same phone & email verification options to the ability to actually follow a channel, and thus also giving account age requirements to be able to follow a channel. This will allow small streamers being targeted by hate raid Bot attacks to simply prevent the bot attacks easily, instead of being driven off the platform.

    36 votes

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  3. Please provide an API to

    • Create
    • Replace
    • Update
    • Delete

    For the new announcements feature.

    Additionally this should work with a broadcasters token or a moderators token

    Usecase: much easier to automate and manage announcemtns externally.

    We could for example auto update the "message of the day" and/or change the message based on timers or external factors.

    We could also use it for the "Death Counter" of the game the streamer is playing on Stream

    28 votes

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  4. Follow up to https://twitch.uservoice.com/forums/310213-developers/suggestions/39228787-extend-the-clips-api-to-include-recreation-from-so

    to request the offset of a clip being added to the API

    Use cases include

    • Deduplication of Clips submitted to a clips submission thing
    • Recreate the clip from a copy of the vod.
    • Using the offset to easily spot "hype" points of a stream for channel editors making highlights to focus on that point aka "heatmaps of popular stream time points"
    • From CSharpFritz: Show clips in the order that they naturally occurred, and not the time that they were created
    280 votes

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    We wanted to provide further context regarding this request as it is the most upvoted suggestion. There are several great use cases for providing the offset of Clips (including those above), but there are also ways in which it can be used negatively. For that reason, our initial decision was to no longer provide this information. With your feedback provided here, we are actively evaluating how to balance enabling good use of this information for creators while negating its potential for abuse. The status will be updated when we can share more information.

  5. This Kraken endpoint provides the emotes a user has access to: https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/v5/reference/users#get-user-emotes

    A similar functionality would be nice for the new API as well. It should contain all emotes a user has access to, for example Global Emotes, Subemotes, Bit Emotes, Emotes unlocked by Channel Points and so on (the Kraken endpoint is unfortunately missing some types of emotes).

    The emotes returned would be for the authenticated user, with an appropriate scope required.

    144 votes

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  6. In Twitch v5, the Get User Subscription endpoint contained a created_at and a streak for the current user subscription for a broadcaster.

    Helix, lacks this functionality, and thus it is impossible to determine how long someone has been subscribed for, and also impossible to determine if they've renewed their subscription.

    These fields are imperative to some applications, especially ones that want to externally reward members monthly for each month they've subscribed. Please return these fields to the endpoint!

    20 votes

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  7. The endpoints announced earlier today ( https://discuss.dev.twitch.tv/t/announcing-apis-and-eventsub-for-polls-and-predictions/31539 ) should be usable by channel moderators so that third-party apps like Chatty can make use of them without the broadcaster needing to authenticate.

    153 votes

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  8. Given the fact that Twitch had to take down the follow/unfollow api's due to bot programs that are out there - my suggestion would be to have an approved set of developers that propose and showcase their applications.

    This way Twitch could bring back the follow/unfollow API and any service or developer that was in violation of Twitch's TOS regarding the API could be warned and ultimately have their access and credentials removed.

    Twitch Developers could review the logs of which applications were connected with BOT services and immediately shut those down rather then removing the api in its entirety…

    71 votes

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  9. It's possible for a third-party app to query a user's followed channels, but not followed categories. This is a very useful tool for creating alternate views to a follow list

    Use-case: Raid recommendation tool - it compares channel stats to your own and recommends those that are most similar, and also those you haven't recently raided. To do this, it needs to start with a list of everyone you follow who's live, and then does further research.

    15 votes

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  10. For managing Bans without having to create an IRC connection and to remove the issue of running into the global message limit when banning large numbers of users or cleaning out a large banlist

    47 votes

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  11. Add a "/users"-like API method that supports display names. This will let bot commands which have a username parameter support Asian-family character display names to be passed the same as Roman-alphabet channel names. It will also let systems verify that a provided name (channel or display) exists on Twitch, and merge any information for a user's display name with the information for that user's channel name, to prevent "duplicate" sets of data: one for the display name; one for the channel name.

    10 votes

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  12. There's currently no way to view the games/chapters on a video. This would be very useful for an application I'm building

    8 votes

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  13. With the removal of the Follow Create endpoint.

    A "non moderation bot" can no longer be automatically added to a channel.
    The owner of the bot would have to "login" to the account and manually follow the channel(s) the bot joins.

    A "non moderation" bot doesn't run moderation commands, so giving it "mod" wouldn't make sense. (Which would bypass the follow requirement)

    Please provide a way to "authorise adding a bot to a channel" that will auto follow the bot to the channel. For this purpose

    This could be similar to how Discord does bots, where to add a bot…

    27 votes

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  14. Currently twitch embed does not support vod chat and neither does the helix api.

    Twitch only allows vod chat to be seen directly on the website.

    This data could be used in a great number of ways by third-parties particularly video editors.

    Please add a way to retrieve chat for vods

    No? ok. Sadge

    19 votes

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  15. Add subscriber start date to get broadcaster subscriptions endpoint

    5 votes

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  16. The v5 endpoint contains the follower's account creation date, the new endpoint (https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/api/reference#get-users-follows) does not.

    Knowing when a follower created their account is very useful to moderators monitoring recent follows to keep an eye on potentially problematic users (new account could mean a previously banned user returning) or to detect mass follows from bots (which often have a similar account creation date). Monitoring recent follows is especially useful in follow-only chat mode.

    While it is possible to get the account creation date from the "Get Users" endpoint (https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/api/reference#get-users) and then merge it with the follower data,…

    28 votes

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  17. It would be nice to find out the last that a channel did an actual stream from the API.

    This has been requested in the past, and a Twitch admin responded with some workaround that are pretty limiting.

    There may be some valid (privacy?) reasons by Twitch as to why this isn't something they want to offer up, but let's see if there's interest from others.

    Ideally, the helix/users call would return a 'last_streamed_at' field set to the last date that a user streamed.

    This could be limited to only apply to streaming (not logged in and watching/chatting) and you…

    3 votes

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  18. A user's banned timestamp when fetching this route https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/api/reference#get-banned-users (When did the user got banned precisely).

    3 votes

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  19. Currently, it is easy to tell if a user that sent a message in a streamer’s channel is a subscriber, VIP, or moderator of that channel. However, there is no way to tell if that user is a follower of the channel.

    With the rise of hate raids and malicious messages, I want to ensure that if a streamer is using a chat box overlay, that they have the option to only let messages from followers appear. Malicious users usually don’t follow the channel, and so this will prevent their messages from appearing on stream.

    I do understand that this…

    17 votes

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  20. Creator Goals allow show streamer modification of the bar.

    Please expose the streamer selected modifications/preference in the API and EventSub payloads.

    3 votes

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