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  1. Copy "channel.moderator.add" and "channel.moderator.remove" but for VIPs

    10 votes

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  2. Twitch requires streamers to run more ads

    We are building tools to help facilitate this

    There is noting in the API to let us know when ads run

    Please provide a topic for adverts running

    9 votes

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  3. It would be nice if you could filter the response of the subscription status endpoint with a transport filter (e.g. "?transport=websocket").

    Its not a big deal at the moment because there only is one transport (webhooks) available but with more transports added down the line this would be a huge QoL improvement.

    9 votes

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  4. https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/eventsub/eventsub-subscription-types/#userauthorizationgrant

    Please extend user auth grant to include

    • all scopes shared between ClientID and userID
    • new scopes added to the relationshio when the auth occured

    Possible use cases include: auto determine from this eventsub, what other eventsub topics to auto create.

    8 votes

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  5. To forward live notifications, it would be awesome to also receive the live notification message the streamer has set - either when they set it with channel.update and/or when the stream goes live.

    8 votes

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  6. The raids beta topic, sends raids that don't appear in chat via the IRC raid USERNOTICE

    Please either

    • extend the payload to mark if a raid appears in chat or not

    or

    • provide a condition to ignore/include/only be "non chat raids"

    or

    • all of the above

    Please do not remove non chat raids, as developers/streamers would like flexibility on what to actually notify for/collect data on.

    Regardless of any limitations Twitch puts in place on what appears in chat.

    Would also like to collect it for statistical purposes/reporting on small/large raids for a given stream.

    There may also be an…

    8 votes

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  7. Either as a topic fired on update or added to "channel.update".

    Advantages to its own event will reduce polling during a live stream and allow twitch to schedule when it sends out events as it needs to keep things in balance instead of having to contact 3rd party developers.

    7 votes

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  8. Please update eventsub to provide emotes used and placement of the emotes in the message similar to chat message does in order to allow us to easily reconstruct a cheer message to look like it did in chat

    similar to

    https://twitch.uservoice.com/forums/310213-developers/suggestions/40871443-pubsub-cheer-emote-placement

    Example

    The "emotes" tag from https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/irc/tags#privmsg-twitch-tags

    7 votes

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  9. channel.shoutout.create currently requires a moderator/broadcaster token.

    This defeats the point of a shoutout; channels do shoutouts exactly because they want other people to notice them. Restricting this subscription type prevents third-party chat applications from informing non-mods that a shoutout has taken place (thus defeating the point of the shoutout)

    Please remove the moderator scope requirement on channel.shoutout.create

    6 votes

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  10. This would allow things to happen if only a certain tag is set.
    That of course would require channel.update to fire for tags being edited as well

    Example: If a streamer wants to have an automated tweet sent out when they start a Giveaway, they could add the tag "Giveaway", which triggers channel.update and then the receiver can process and send a tweet on their behalf.

    6 votes

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  11. stream.online has started_at please add ended_at to stream.offline

    So stream duration can be determined as accurately as possible as needed./

    6 votes

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  12. Other than knowing someone is online, there is still a need to utilize the API for getting related information about a stream.

    It would be nice to have an all-in-one "here's everything about this stream going live" instead of requiring additional calls (especially if there's a possibility of caching delays).

    Something along the lines of the data provided for channel.update would be nice

    6 votes

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  13. Scenario:
    A viewer comes in and gifts 10 subs to the community; This fires off in theory 11 events. One event is the channel.subscribe.gift, while the other 10 are the individual channel.subscribe for the 10 users.

    Request:
    The channel.subscribe.gift has an id associated with its emission. Something that would benefit reactionary data would be each of the individual channel.subscribe events having a gift_event_id. If the sub was a gift, set the id to the channel.subscribe.gift event id.

    Use Cases:
    - A developer could choose to listen to the batched gift amount and react to that single event, then…

    6 votes

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  14. Chat has a number of states, slow mode/follower only mode.

    Some moderationg applications involved monitoring for these states and responding as needed, and these applications will currently use PubSub but only in a logging capacity so alternatively connecting to chat for this data is perhaps overkill.

    Please provide an eventsub topic that relays
    - when/what Roomstate changes (slow on/slow off sub on sub off emote only)
    - which moderator/user triggered the change.

    6 votes

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  15. Include the "type of stream" in channel.update

    Either

    • everyone
    • subscriber only
    6 votes

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  16. Summary:
    Filling in the holes of what chat provides and EventSub provides would be appreciated. In this case hosts, raids, and potentially front page promo attributions. There isn't much reason to have multiple unique events in this case as all of the aforementioned events are the same, a provider of a redirect (user), a recipient (broadcaster), and an attribution amount (viewers attributed to the event). The only specifier needed is a type or context. However, different events wouldn't be necessarily rejected in concept, it would just seem unnecessary. Since a condition is sent for the subscription to the event, one…

    6 votes

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  17. The channel.subscription events are very lackluster. Aside from checking if it’s a gift, and what tier it was there isn’t much useful data here. Any chance we could see something like months total, moths streak, or the tier? I know this data is there in the subscriptions API call, just curious as to why it hasn’t been included in this release of the EventSub system. Seems like a miss there

    The channel.ban/channel.unban events could/should be merged. Just smash em into one topic and include a tag: “isBanned” as a boolean. Seems silly to have them separate, in my opinion.

    Loving…

    6 votes

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  18. Currently Channel Ban will report the moderation events of a time or ban, but it doesn't report/include information about deleted messages.

    This would fit on this topic but could also have it's own topic.

    5 votes

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  19. While migrating to EventSub with 2.2 million webhooks, I noticed one thing that makes debugging with many webhooks especially difficult.

    Problem:

    EventSub subscriptions cannot be listed by a condition or type. This makes it impossible to find unwanted duplicates and its ID on the part of Twitch.

    Solution:

    By filtering by condition and/or type, you can find EventSub subscriptions and their IDs faster and more efficiently.

    In addition, we would theoretically not need a database that knows all IDs to manage event subscriptions.

    5 votes

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  20. If is possible for a user to demod themselfs.
    And it's possible that a user can be modded by someone whom is not the broadcaster (in super rare cases)

    Please add this information to the Mod add/remove topic.
    It's handy for tracking a "oh why is this person not a mod suddenly" as the broadcaster.

    5 votes

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