Group redeems of the same type to reduce clutter
Several streamers have similar redeems of the same cost. For example, to play different sounds, to apply different voice-modifiers, to activate different light-effects, to change the avatar's outfit.
Streamers who have many option available, it will create a very long list of redeems, making the list cumbersome to go through. So an idea is that all redeems of the same type is grouped together into a single redeem, which sub-redeems, where you set the price for the group, and all sub-redeems have the same price.
This would not only make the list less cluttered and easier for watchers to go through, it would also make it more clear which are sound-redeems, or other types of redeems, when the name of the group could be "Play sound", "Modify voice" and "Change outfit" and then the sub-redeems can have shorter and to-the-point names.
I should have specified better in my suggestion. Groupings of redeems (folders) would of course be in the hands of the streamer, and not be an automatic function.
Furthermore, limits such as wait time between redeems, and the maximum number of uses per user or for the stream, should be able to be set for the group and individual redeems. - This means if you set the group to have a timer of 5 minutes, but each individual redeem to 10 minutes, this means you have to wait 5 minuets between each redeem of this group, but a total of 10 minutes to reuse the same redeem.
@Alfkid Yes, folders is another term that could be used. Whichever Twitch would find easier for users to understand.
Also good idea, how about a simple favourite-button on redeems with a favourite section