Prevent Banned Users from Joining Raids
Block users banned from a channel from joining a raid from the channel the users are banned from to the raided channel, and also not notifying the banned users the name of the raid target channel (specifically the notification appearing on the top of the chat when the raid is about to happen).
As with a raid, the raiding streamer will be in the chat of the raided channel, and the raiding and raided channels usually have related communities, malicious users can use this opportunity to continue harassing the streamer or spreading damage to related communities, despite being banned from the previous channel. Therefore, allowing banned users joining raids exposes both the raiding and raided streamer to the risk of being harassed by previously known and banned malicious users.
I have recently witnessed an account maliciously disrupting the chat with inappropriate ASCII spam, and after the account was banned from the channel, the stream ends with a raid, and the same account attacked the raided channel with the exact same method, so this is a happening issue and actions should be taken against it.
I hate being sent to a channel I've blocked during a raid. It's usually when I step out of the room and find a blocked stream playing. I've got social anxiety disorder and C-PTSD from abusive streamers is a real thing. I'd rather been sent to twitch.tv in a raid set to be sent to a streamer that I've blocked. Please do something about this. I even have Twitch Turbo, so why am I being sent to streamers that I've blocked?
I would like to not be joined to a raid to a channel I am banned in. Merely watching a channel earns them a monetary reward of up to 30 cents every ten minutes through ads or a Turbo subscription. I do not want a broadcaster to be able to exploit my viewership as a means to give on of their streamer "friends" who has had the audacity to ban me themselves or chosen moderators who have been abusing me a financial reward.
But I would still like to know what channel they are raiding, of course. If they are choosing a channel that has been hostile and that I am banned in, it will make me like them less to varying degree, and be less generous towards them in the future as a result.
I would also like to prevent myself, as a user, from being included in a raid to a channel which I have blocked. I do not want them getting ad revenue from me if I go to bed and the channel I lurk in raids them. Somewhat different but my search got me here, and similar enough as it involves going both ways.
When theres someone causing trouble in my Chat/Stream, i dont want to send that Troll to a friend streamer via Raid.
How can I send all my viewers to another channel, Except that one person?
Its not about being raided, its about raiding others...
Can I do anything there?
Change how bans work. Raids are sent to support other creators, however if someone is banned in my chat, Why would I send them to someone else when they clearly broke the rules in mine? I want to show love to others, and not bring over toxic people who might still be lurking while banned
I cannot find this in Support, but for some reason when someone is banned from a Twitch chat, they can still follow a streamer's raid. This happened to me earlier, and I think this can easily be mitigated if the banned person cannot have access to the channel participation.