Prevent mods from refunding themselves and clearing history of requests.
Mods currently have the ability to refund and clear their own purchases on the channels. Unless the streamer is following their every move, or accumulates a back log, we can't see this happening. Mods should at the very least, not be able to refund and clear their own channel point purchases.
A better thing would be to not allow them to clear out the requests at all. Just mark them completed and to refund, but keep the digital trail. Currently the only way to find this is to be on the same page with all your other mods, and check/compare your activity tracker with it. This takes too much digging to even discover if an issue is happening.
So if I, as the only mod, cant accept/deny channelpoints, i need the streamer to do it? Honestly, that all sounds like a problem with the people you all get as mods. If they cant be honest, why mod them? Similar with predictions. Dont mod people who sabotage a prediction...
This feature is a must, should've been a day 1 feature, please! :(
it's impossible to tell which mod ended a prediction with a wrong outcome which can be bad for morale among mods and makes streamers having to guess who did what.
This prediction log with modnames is an essential feature that's needed.
My idea is to show which mod ended and started prediction cause some of the mods are intentionally ending the predictions that didnt end yet in order to troll and sabotage it.
I see a lot of predictions out there that are specified as a person to do something not their teammate and yet the streamer or mods will count it... things like this shouldn't be allowed as a lot of people feel wronged by it. also a report system to report these to make streamers aware of this would maybe help them realize this issue and try to avoid it
I would like to see a predictions log, see which mod gave the predictions to, and everything about it, BC some channels have a lot of mods and sometimes streamers needs to know who gave the predtctions to who, in short, some mods scam.