Allow to customize which videos appear on the offline page.
Allow to customize which videos appear on the offline page between highlights, previous streams, clips, and even allows users to focus on uploads if they so choose. I found my highlight appeared right after my previous broadcast when I highlight old streams for review purposes. This would be an extremely handy feature.
It would be sweet if we could set which order videos play in on our channel when we are offline.
I'd like to be able to customize, what and in what order appears at the top of my channel page. I'm talking about last broadcast ("check out this stream from x ago"), autohosted channel ("while X is offline, check out"), and recent highlight ("X made a highlight of a recent stream"), which you can cycle through.
In my case, the thing that pops up as the first item is my last broadcast, but I'd actually prefer promoting the latest highlight as the first thing people see when they go to my channel.
Also, I feel like there is a way for hosting (including autohosting) to be featured a bit more noticeably, without hiding or replacing the promoted video or recent broadcast. Side-by-side cards, maybe?
Or allow us to choose a priority of which types of video to show for visiting users. Almost no one will flip through 3 video categories to see a channel trailer.
Even a drop-down of what to show as a landing content.
The channel trailer was a nice idea, but whats the point if its buried?
Also YES I want my existing followers to see it by default - since all my recents are listed below anyway.
Yeah so i made a fancy offline trailer and the offline page always shows my last vod. I want my trailer to be seen first:)
I agree with this. I do a lot of highlights and make a lot of collections, this would be great.
Twitch just rolled out a new system where if a streamer is offline when you visit their page, it will refer you to their most recent VOD.
I really like this feature, but I feel like it would be even better, if instead of initially referring the user to a VOD, it played their most viewed clip of the week (or even a clip that the streamer could potentially select, sort of like youtube).
This would make sure that the first content the person sees on their channel, is high quality content that the streamer WANTS them to see. Maybe after the clip is over, it refers them to a vod, or maybe just suggests another clip (We could even leave that up to the streamer once again!)