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Seeing your own usage is relatively useless and actually hurts your ability to judge how popular emotes are amongst your community.
Optional: be able to set a list of accounts to ignore as well!13 votes
Would love for there to be analytics available to those who are emote attributers. For example:
How many emotes have been attributed to you.
Total Usage across twitch.
Most popular emote.
Would be very beneficial to those who make emotes for users and want more insight! Absolutely love the new attribution feature <32 votes
Blacklist bot accounts for emote stats, as my channel like many others have auto-responses messing up emote stats.
I would also like to see stats of my emotes used in other channels so I can better judge what emotes I need to switch out!5 votes
I am very happy to see this experiment and to have been included.
Love to see the breakdown of everything!
It would be a lot easier to analyze all of the wonderful data if it wasn't restricted to 10 lines per page. A dedicated section on the Emotes Page would be the most suitable location so that more information can be displayed at once.
I would also really like to see a 3rd option added that combines "Within Channel" and "Outside Channel" together so that we can see the data across the entire platform.20 votes
No suggestions, no complaints, just a big THANK YOU for rolling this out! I've used third-party sites for this in the past, and they're great (and they still have value as they're not identical to the on-platform one), but it's awesome to have this feature. Particularly the "Unique Users" column, which is extremely helpful in figuring out whether I'm the only one who uses that emote.11 votes
Emote Analytics is AWESOME, first off. Sincerely, thank you.
It's a bit weird having the modified versions listed separately though, and makes it a little difficult to determine which emotes are overall underperforming as the modified usages clutter up the bottom of the listing.
I suggest rolling the modified usage numbers into the main emote's, and being able to click on an emote to expand a sub-list breakdown showing normal vs each modifier usage. This would simplify the list and provide a more realistic picture of overall emote usage, but still allow access to that data for edge-cases (like determining…17 votes
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