It would be cool if twitch provided their streamers with statistics regarding the viewers, a spread of what devices, and resolutions people watch from. Often a layout of a stream, should be optimized for the viewers (It hard to see small text on a phone)
There should be a "viewing time counter" to know if you have followers that watch your stream also or they just follow and never watch !
In other words, how many hours you've watched streams !
Colocar opção de pesquisar seguidor na pagina de seguidores do canal no painel de controle, isso vai facilitar a procura de um seguidor caso o estreamer estiver procurando por um seguidor por varios outros motivos!
At the moment we only see the amount of viewers of the 15 locations with the most viewers. It would be nice to see them all or at least more as now.
make a function that will display viewer statistics by registration date, this would allow you to calculate fake viewers (bots). (For example, 100 viewers - January 21, 2020, 50 viewers - August 19, 2019, and so on)
stream less... i do that aswell... but streaming long is just good if you are trying to get many followers.. i think you need 2 months atleast to hit affiliate... one for streaming as much as you can... to get as many single viewers as possible and get as many followers. and the second month for trying to get a consistent 3 average viewers... i am currently in my first month... got 52 Followers.. soon imma try to get 3 viewers average
More analytics on viewers could help streamers figure out what is working on their stream and what isn't. Some viewer analytics that could help streamers are: what time their viewers are usually on Twitch, age / gender / geographics of viewers, a ranking of streams / vods with high watch time or engagement.
gör det det skulle hjälpa allt
I think offline viewers matter too maybe intergrate them into your veiwer count as you build thru goals. Like a 3hr offline window after stream?
Ich würde gerne die Verweildauer der Zuschauer noch in der Analytics sehen .
This is already available. In the Stream Summary, of you click on View details under the section Where did my views come from?, it will show you information about devices.
Would love to know where my viewers are located to help schedule the best time for optimal views. Viewers can be from all over the world and their best time all differs. Just City, Country would be sufficient.
I would like to have the possibility to see on what devices my stream was watched. It would be intresting to know, espacially for small streams if their stream was watched on a PC (which would for example tell you, that the user was watching the stream attentive) or on a tv / mobile device (maybe indicates, that the stream was watched incidentally). It would show small streams how intresting the stream is
Add users in chat to channel analytics so the results will be more accurate. Some streams like in the ASMR category also have a lot of users that just listen and don't watch.
I think you might want to add a little more info on how to achieve a consistent average viewers number... this so far has been very difficult for me as I stream for 8-10 hours at a time but I am just starting out. My community doesn't want to stay for my whole stream, but they do stay for an hour or two... what can a new creator do to keep viewers cycling in as others leave to deal with life stuff.
Marcus Martinez commented
In addition to finding where you views come from, an additional infograph shows how long the average view(er) from that part came from. say I had 15 views directly to my twitch that stayed an average of 20 minutes each compared to 30 views from followers that stayed on average 2 hours. Maybe even a min max setting to this to show if people just left or if someone stayed even longer than the others.