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1) Homepage Twitch: Recap 2023 with text "Twitch Recap 2022".
2) Viewer Datas:
- Hours watched above the maximum hours you have in a year. I understand that it may be due to leaving more than one live stream open.
- Days visited above the number of days that have already passed in the year. I understand that taking the total and subtracting for absences.
- TOP 5 Emotes:
These are not the emotes I use most. They don't even consider 10% of the times I sent it. I send a " PokPikachu KAPOW MorphinTime " emote combo at least…4 votes
For whatever reason a lot of data is missing for my recap, I see the emote usage from the channel as my top 3 emotes but the watchtime/chats sent for the channel itself is not there. I have not had an issue with the monthly recaps, it seems to track the watchtime/chats correctly.3 votes
Twitch Recap showing channel stats instead of my user stats.2 votes
Could you please provide some examples of the expected versus what you observe in the case? Thanks.
In 2022 Twitch, based on the feedback, provided the link to annual recap instead of including the data into email. Today, Jan 14th, this link is not working already. I.e. all my data - as a streamer and viewer - lost forever. And I could not compare them with previous and next years, which for me, as content creator, provides a lot of benefits.
Could we include both ways - link AND actual data in email - for 2023, please?11 votes
There should be a way to go be able to view and share your recap outside of the end-of-year period allowed for it.
Or at least some time in the future. It's a nice look-back point.1 vote
I was listening in to "Twitch patch notes december 2022" and I seen in chat someone asked for "Twitch mod recaps"
I'm aware there are some minor mod recap in the Viewer recap however a dedicated mod recap would be great.
The mod recap would contain:
Channels they mod for
Hours the person actively moderated
Mods are a huge part of twitch therefor they should get their own recap. This could also be a recap like this many bans, timeouts etc per channel
~ ScrapBlox (Alec | Content Creator | Twitch Affiliate | Gamer)2 votes
I think it would be cool to be able to view how many clips we made for the year.. at least for me (I'm an advent clipper) in most streams and would love to see how many I've either done per streamer, or for the year total.
With that, possibly having your badge for "Moments" in certain streamers' recaps, for how many Moments you captured/what tier you got in the year, per your top watched streamers.
When counting clips.. in clip manager,, I've had to count them in my head slowly haha. Might be neat to number off clips or…1 vote
I don't know if mobile views count in Twitch's annual recap, but it would be good if they are separated from PC. So, we could see our recap as mobile and PC viewers. Because there are some channels, I only watch on mobile and some channels I only watch on PC. Just because I watch on one platform more than another, I can not see the least one.1 vote
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