Multi language tag on stream dashboard (more than 2 or 3 if possible)
Many people in the world i believe mostly at least bilingual, or even rarely some people speak Trilingual and Multilingual, so in the dashboard let us for streamers to choose what language are we broadcasting. For example "English" and "Chinese or "Korean" and "English" or even rarely maybe? "English" + "Korean" + "German"
Though we have not yet added support for multiple language tags, we have added more than 350 new options that we think may help out with this particular ask.
For more information, you can take a look at our blog post at https://blog.twitch.tv/en/2021/05/26/celebrate-yourself-and-your-community-with-350-new-tags/. Thank you for your feedback and ideas!
We will leave this topic open for now for further discussion around whether this meets the needs of the request.
Some streamers can speak more than just 1 language and they could interact with more viewers if there was the setting option for making a stream in "english and spanish" for example (my case), not only one of them.
i wish to want that to be the case for me too since i talk in frenc and englis and try to keep my stream bilingual
If they think that 2+ languages is not good, at least they could do a "Main language" that could be only one and then "Secondary languages" that could be up to 3? Something like that. And being able to filter my search by more than one language would be amazing too.
I've been looking exactly for this feature. It would be great to combine languages with an OR. I think this can be managed by categorising the languages in a separate section.
Czech and Slovak are mutually intelligible but you cannot search both at one time. So it would be great to search both at one time or tag the stream both Czech and Slovak.
Czech and Slovak are mutually intelligible, but you cannot search both at one time. So it would be great if you can search more languages at one time or tag the stream both Czech and Slovak.
This sounds like a no-brainer it should be implemented
While my title has an es/en string at the end, the channel is set to Spanish and I know for a fact that english speakers have problems finding it. I have a lot of english speaking viewers that enter the channel regularly, and the lack for multiple languages is limiting my reach.
this is a must, easy to do and worthy
I hope they implement this idea soon.
I choose English tag because most of my audience can understand English but I am missing a huge part of my target audience since I am a native Spanish speaker and I live in Japan and I can speak Japanese too.
If a streamer is multilingual then multiple languages should be accessible to ensure all applicable viewers are being reached. This will help both streamers and viewers to connect. My suggestion would be add the languages; even if it is the most widely known languages as a tag to choose from on the list. One language will be the primary on the account as it currently is and the second language will be a tag; such as Play with Viewers, mindfulness, etc.
I randomly found this one streamer who does it in English and Japanese and this is so amazing to hear everything repeated in both languages ...cuz I happen to learn Japanese and listening to it live is priceless.
I really like this idea. Most of my friends speak English and Russian. It's a shame that we can't choose 2 languages in filters at the same time. We'd like to see both (as viewers). I wouldn't go that far and create bilingual streams as it could not fit everyone, but if anyone needs that - it could also be a thing.
I speak Spanish and English. It would be nice to find multiple language tags on streamers
It's nuts this doesn't exist yet. You have my vote.
Yes, up to now streamers have to put [ENG/OTHER LANGUAGE] in the title of the stream, which does help as informative, but not as a search tool.
Streamers in Europe and other countries often speak multiple languages.
It would be very helpful if we can choose a language without putting it in the title.
Would be nice since I often stream in more languages.
I agree that. Because some of streamers start streaming about studying language on twitch. So tagging multiple languages would help them learn on twitch.