Reverse prediction result
Mods are human, and sometimes they click the wrong result for the prediction. There currently isn't a way to reverse the prediction result, shorting people of their channel points even though they predicted correctly.
Waiting a minute for bets payout is an issue in fast action situations where a new bet is started right after the result of the previous one. Winners want to have their points available for the new bet I guess. The only solution I see is to make betting results reversible for like a minute or so except when a new bet already started. In this case results are fixed.
This could be easily solved by giving an option to delay the payment of the result in one minute to start (the banner anounces the result and waits a minute to start giving points), so if something is noticed it was wrong any mod can cancel or pause the result.
I just saw a streamer get this wrong (not on purpose) and wanted to correct it but can't. Please implement this.
Please implement this, when mods pick the wrong answer is very bad for the audience and the streamer.
@Kane42069 "That way it can't be abused as a tool to punish chat I.E Undoing the outcome and picking the other to punish or troll."
If a streamer do like this, the streamer will punish itself with the move I think...
How ever...Almost 1 year gone. This will be not implemented I think.
I believe if this is implemented, it would be wise to have a time limit on it. Say, 5 minutes max. That way it can't be abused as a tool to punish chat I.E Undoing the outcome and picking the other to punish or troll.
Another mod in a channel I'm in picked a prediction conclusion prematurely, right before the game's story threw a curveball, and we don't have a way of reversing it. This needs to be implimented.
This is still a problem, there should be an option for streamers to change the outcome of their predictions if they missclick
I got scammed by ThePrimeagen for 50k channel points, RIGGED!
If something as simple as adding an "undo" button which can be clicked to refund a prediction for 60 seconds after its resolved has the potential to stop abuse or insults to broadcasters; it's worthwhile.
I lost 250k points yesterday due to the mods making an incredibly small mistake. This needs to be implemented
i lost 50k point because of that
add a confirm button and let us get more channel points in one pred one of the I only got 4000 points and I voted 11000 points and what sketch said
I just lost 225k channel points to a streamer accidentally choosing the wrong side. Implementing undo is absolutely necessary for predictions to be a feature to be considered ready for public use. Errors of that magnitude severely negatively effect a stream and its ability to retain viewers. This not being implemented is actively harming streaming communities every day.
I agree, I can lead to harassment towards mods and the streamer from a misclick or a clarity issue.
Let us take back the points if we click the wrong button for results on channel points, especially as the caster.
This definitely needs to implemented. Maybe put a (eg. 5 minute) time limit on the ability to change the outcome. This would give the mods a chance to correct any mistake, which can cause problems in chat for people that have lost their points.
Recently, we had a prediction on whether the streamer would complete a challenge in game. During the game, the UI said he'd completed the challenge. The points were correctly distributed at that time. At the end of the game, the streamer checked again and the UI didn't show that the challenge was completed. That caused complaints and it made me feel bad. Of course those that gained points say nothing.
What if you voted on the wrong thing and you had the chance to recall your points or have an "she you sure?" Before you officially place your bet
Submitted February 27th of 2021, it is now March 28th of 2021 and people just got scammed out of points. I just witnessed this, everyone lost so many points and there still isn't a feature to rollback a bad decision that was made. Please fix this :D