I like that we can view our previous payouts and that we can see what we have earned within certain periods, however, I would love to have a section that will show us how much we have earned since the last payout and how many days are left until the next threshold for payout. I dislike having to do the math on my own and wondering if I am really going to get paid the amount I see on my channel analytics. Honestly, the lack of ability to check your balance in a simple way has bugged me for a long time and I would love to be more confident about what my balance is.
Apologies for the time it's taken to address this idea. For some time now, we have dashboard.twitch.tv/PayoutHistory to address how much money you have accrued. Please remember that this page updates once a month, closer to when payouts are sent out. Revenue for the current month is based on the balance check performed at the end of the previous month. Hope this page provides you the insight that you were looking for, but if anything is amiss, please feel free to submit a suggestion. Thank you.
I'm unable to calculate payout since local sub prices were implemented. I don't think it's transparent of twitch to just give us a round number and we hope for the best. I'd like to know how many subs I have and paying what so I can adjust my stream schedule properly to make sure I make enough money at the end of the month.
There current meter (which they have) barely gets updated or even fixed. Would love a proper system, but before they implement this they also need to show the proper revenue you get per gifted, prime and bought subs. I currently have a gifted sub worth 90 cents in my analytics, and I sure hope this isn't actually 90 cents. Because then my viewer threw away his money.
For people who don't make payouts every month, it can be confusing and time consuming to find how close to the $100 threshold you need to have for a pay out. I think it'd be cool to have a meter right in your analytics page or somewhere within the dashboard that shows you how much you money you have made since your last pay out, and a visual representation (just for accessibility) of how close you are to your next one. That way you don't have to mess with any filters to try and calculate it, it'd be super easy to see.
As a small streamer who earns next to nothing per month via revenue (and has been on hiatus due to life issues), I actually don't know what revenue was even approved before august of last year, and as such I any calculation I make will forever be an estimate. Anything that is over a year old - that has rolled over from previous months - could be shown as a bulk amount that has been approved.
Furthermore, when looking at any "Prime revenue statements", It would be nice to have some more flexibility with the time periods, such as a 2, month, and /or quarterly option - a middle ground between the currently monthly statements and the flexibility of channel analytics.
I Agree, Its easy for Big twitch streamers to see how much they will make as they make over 100$ a month. But for smaller streamers that only get like 20 a month having to look at each month adding it all up and doing You have not reached
the payout threshold
math is annoying. A Seperate page that just tells us 1. The date between The last time We go paid out (If we never got paid out it would just show the first time we got any money) and the next payout date, and 2. tells us how much money we made during that time period would be nice.
So i fi made 10$ in march And its July but i havent made the money for payout yet it would read like.
March ~April ~ May ~June ~ July
10$ ~~~~21$ ~ 15$ ~~ 20$ ~~20$
Next Payout Date
You have not reached
the payout Threshold
$86 / 100
Would make it so Much easier for Smaller Creators.