Analytics for Channel Point Redemptions
A section similar to emote analytics but for channel point redemptions.
After clearing out your channel point rewards queue, there's no longer a way to see what was redeemed and how many times. While streaming, it's very hard to keep track of that.
Having a dedicated section for analytics would allow creators to remove redemptions that are only being used by a small portion of viewers or even one or two people and replace it with something more can enjoy.
Creating this analytic will also help creators increase chat engagement as they'll understand better what they can do to prompt viewers to speak or redeem.
Taking from an old post: on top of this, Twitch could also recommend how much a redemption should cost based on the usage, like it does for the default rewards.
Additionally, seeing how many channel points users have could be beneficial for leaderboards and other chat engagement uses.
I absolutely would love everything proposed here. I have a pretty tough time deciding how much rewards should cost, so seeing how many points viewers have and having suggested costs would be a big help.
I also want to know how much people use the default emoji modifier ones. I think they're fun, but if no one's using em, I'd like to clean my rewards list, especially the top spaces (low cost ones) so fun ones below them don't get overlooked.
Absolutely need this. I'd like to know for certain how popular a channel point redemption is. I'd like to know which viewers have the most, what redemptions are made by viewer.
Before twitch did channel points, there were bots that handled points, these features were in the bots, right? Makes sense to put it into the Twitch TM official version so users don't need to run bots for it (tho some still will of course because there are things that just won't be added to twitch channel points, understandably)
Would really love this functionality! Great QOL, and an issue I've encountered is that I have some larger redemptions that require saving and not using points on smaller fun options. With a leaderboard, we could make things like free subs/VIP etc. unlockable by spending or earning a set amount of points instead of making viewers save them up for so long!
The creation of a page on the dashboard that shows analytics of channel points in a particular channel. Showing a list of the top earners and the amount of channel points a user has on average. Could be expanded to where Twitch recommends what a value of a certain reward should be.
I agree. To add to this; it'd be really helpful to know which redemptions are being used the least! I have plenty of ideas for what to do, but I think too many options can be a bad thing. It would be great to find out what is best to remove/keep etc.
I was looking for that multiple times now. Due to the fact, that the actual selection window for Channel Point Rewards is too narrow, it would be good to have the possibility to view the most used Rewards and to get rid of the ones wasting space.
It would be nice to have analytics to track how channel points are used over certain timeframes and track the amount of redemptions.
For example you have analytics for views, subscribers, host etc. So it would be good to see how many channel points get used over a 24 hour period or over a month. If not the amount of channel points how many times a certain reward has been redeemed in a certain timeframe.
Sorry for bad structuring of sentences.
Make it so we can see more numbers, i.e a more detailed list of the top bettors, percentage of chat who did/ didnt vote, total % amount of channel points from all the viewers spent from a maximum total, etc..
I think this would make it a lot more interesting than it currently is.
Streamers should be able to see how many Channel Points their viewers have. On the one hand this helps setting prices for new Channel Point redemptions and on the other hand this could be used as a "Top 10" list to show off the "richest" viewers on this channel.
Somewhere in the channel point menu, you should see how much points you have compared to others, like say that you have 1000 points and all other viewers have 500 it should say you are in the 1% top channel point earners. This would go in line with the push of predictions and give increased incentive to earn points