Channel Points Folders with on/off switch
For variety streamers, it would be wonderful to be able to put certain channel point rewards into folders that can be turned on and off with the flip of a switch.
For example, I could put all my "Fallguys" rewards into a "Fallguys" folder. Then the entire folder could be turned on. When I play a different game, I could turn the folder off.
With the current system, we have to go through a huge list of rewards turning each individual reward on and off when switching games. The end result is that many streamers just have rewards that don't always make sense, depending on what they're doing that day.
That would be a neat addition indeed.
Yeah, same as by the extensions which enabled only for a specific game
It would be really neat, if there would be an option, to automaticly toggle channelrewards on and off, depending on the game you are streaming.
As an example:
- "Make 5 Situps if you die" Only visible if EldenRing or dark souls is played.
- "Stay Hydrated" - Visible on every game.
Try Aitum. Simple and brilliant program for organising your redeems!
This definitely needs to happen! I've got things my chat can throw at me, playable stream clips, and special animations they now have to scroll through. Folders would make this so much easier! Twitch! Please add this!
Tech support Kureshu suggestion:
Based on the games that the streamer plays, the channel points is categorized for the specific games.
E.g. VRchat channel points, one category, Kirby or other games channel points, one category, channel points work different~
I stream in many categories, I have to go through my channel point redeems every single time one at a time enabling, and disabling the ones that I need and don't need for that category.
It would be nice to preset this to switch automatically per category if enabled for that category.
My community and I were just talking about this so I cam to see if there was a topic for it already and here it is.
The idea of loadouts/profiles for various things would be great. If you're playing a horror game and want jump scares or if you have a workout stream and things related to that, etc.
Really would be an awesome QoL improvement!
Came here to suggest this exact idea. This would be fantastic to see implemented!
Love this idea. Seems like other do too with the amount of votes. It's been here for sometime though.
I thought I had come up with this idea all by myself, but its common sense others would think the same too
For those like me, variety streamer, it'd be amazing to see a profile/group/loadout of channel point redeems that you can set up to change with whatever game you are playing. Like, have jumpscares and fun stuff for horror games, whereas in another profile you can have redeemables for challenges during a subathon stream or similar.
If theres anyway this could be incorporated into the channel point system I think it would make it easier for streamer and viewers alike.
I agree with you, for the streamer organisation as well as the viewer overall user-friendly image, it can be interesting :
For example, for now there are more or less 2 classifications : the cost of points and eventually if it's a new fonctionality or not.
If you are a casual viewer, it's pretty boring to search trough the possibilities that you don't have access because it's too costy, and if you want a function on a specific item (a game, sub, interact with streamer, emoji) grouping items could solve that
for the streamer, if you change your live category, you could just desactivate and activate the whole category and not search for all of the stuff you did add inside it
sorry my english is not the best,
have a nice day
Channel point reward folders:
Make folders that take up the same amount of space as a channel point reward and when clicked, go to a separate set of channel point rewards.
Also allow enabling/disabling/pausing redemptions on an entire folder at once (e.g. if a dozen rewards pertain to a specific game, just put them in a folder and disable the folder when not playing the game).
This also helps with reward organization for streamers who have a lot of channel point rewards.
If there are many awards, then it is difficult for the viewer to find the right one.
You can create the ability to create folders for awards. Then the streamer will be able to place rewards according to their "category", and it will be easier for the viewer to find the right reward.
Add a feature that allows streamers to sort channel points into categories, and some categories are only available when in a certain streaming category. For instance, when a streamer is streaming Minecraft, only the categories that are linked with Minecraft are available to redeem, other than general channel point items. Also, make it easy to lock and unlock the categories by adding a slider button available to the streamer and editors/moderators only.
It would be great if we could have a kind of profile and then set game, title, channel points rewards, etc. with one switch. This could be then part of it also.
Love this idea! If we could also set the game that the folder is used for it would cut down stream setup time and human error of keeping channel points up to date.
ABSOLUTELY! It would also be nice to set a folder cooldown, so, say I have a bunch of sounds, someone could go down the list with multiple sounds back to back, but if I could set a folder cooldown of 10 seconds it'd apply to the whole folder. I'm honestly amazed this doesn't have more vote traction on here this idea is amazing.
This would be especially useful for those of us who do sound effect rewards vs other rewards. I have half a dozen SEs cluttering up my normal rewards, but I don't want to turn them into ! commands and make them infinitely spammable. Let me organize them into folders!
YES! I like to add lots of rewards from different games, plus some sound effects. Having a folder to enable and disable everyone from the same category would make it much easier, as well as being more intuitive for viewers.
YES PLEASE! I have to literally click 50 clicks after I am done with karaoke... it is embarrassing and unprofessional.