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I am not a streamer but I watch Twitch every day for hours. I would like a customizable homepage that I can launch everytime I come on. This homepage would have all streams I follow, top games right now, top streamers right now, top communities right now (maybe also communities I follow), top clips from streams I follow (where you can toggle by 24 hours, 7 days, 1 month etc). Everything customizable so that you can create your own little 'home'.100 votes
From the Dashboard > Settings > Channel > Brand
on bottom we have :
Video Player Banner
This is displayed on the player when your channel is offline.
Having the possibility to upload the banner_video from API with POST could be a way to automate that, it would be much more easier.11 votes
I wish permanent scrollbars, because in black mode i don't see the bars, bars to thin and Video/Stream overlay the scroll bar in not fullscreen.10 votes
The profile picture is redundant on the Chat/Live page - you have it to the left of the title and directly below in the About section. Allow a second profile image or an option to upload an image specifically for this section to avoid this redundancy.5 votes
I think it would be interesting to put a guest list between the title and the category, like for example:
Title: playing with my friends
Guest: @... , @...
Because when you have a lot of guests you can't put them all in the title and it makes a big block of text
Thanks for reading4 votes
The new(?) animated profile pictures are very distracting when they autoplay in the left sidebar, and the only way to hide them is to use fullscreen or theater mode, which isn't always convenient. I just want an option to disable the autoplay, or maybe to only play the animation when you hover over it.4 votes
I see this gaining popularity in the IRL section and it's being constantly recommended to me. However, I don't really want to view it. As of now, there's no way for me to block this category because it's not technically a category, just an automated conglomeration of channels that seem to meet the definition. That's my use case.
Another use case would be allowing people to search for this category if they like this kind of stream.3 votes
The new 'Twitch Alerts' system for sub alerts, follower alerts, raids... etc, is a very good tool. I was suprised at how well it functioned compared to other alert systems like StreamElements. But a few of us streamers have alerts that are 'rare' or 'unique' and having the option to add an RNG system for which alerts play would be very beneficial.
This could be a simple option along the lines of - "percentage chance to play this alert"2 votes
Adding a “posts” section will allow anyone, with or without an affiliate or partner status, to interact with their followers. This will be similar to YouTube’s post section. This will be beneficial for anyone who’s falling out of streaming due to jobs or life itself or they don’t have any other social media to post to. This may/or may not affect getting to an affiliate status based on how many people interact with any posts, if Twitch chooses to do so. If so, it could help many people get to affiliate.2 votes
Hello Twitch, so there are multiple categories for the same game, Mahjong, and there is no actual difference in there gameplay other than a skin on top of it. Examples being: Riichi City, Mahjong Soul, and Tenhou to name a few. This is not the case with something like Go. Could we please remove the excessive categories? I have to switch between the categories quite often.
If we are worried about people losing their following to a category, you could just add them to the merged category.2 votes
It ruins user experience if not logged in2 votes
There have been many occasions where I have been called out for my follow count being high and that being the reason why people do not want to watch me. Which I can understand but in the recent twitch changes the Total view count got removed which was nice but still the godforsaken number of the viewer can not be hidden. It would be really nice to be able to hide those as an option. I know that follower count applies to allot to people choosing to trust someone. But it should not be used as a method of bullying other creators which have happened to me in several occasions by set partnered and non-parternered streamers who were lucky enough to stay big.
There have been many occasions where I have been called out for my follow count being high and that being the reason why people do not want to watch me. Which I can understand but in the recent twitch changes the Total view count got removed which was nice but still the godforsaken number of the viewer can not be hidden. It would be really nice to be able to hide those as an option. I know that follower count applies to allot to people choosing to trust someone. But it should not be used as a method of bullying…1 vote
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