Allow viewers to watch a stream with Content Classification without forcing them to accept it throughout Twitch
There are some streamers I enjoy watching who are very mild in certain categories of the Content Classification (or who occasionally play a game that is in a Content Classification). To watch them, I am required to approve of watching this content classification category. However, I did not realize that once I accept it for one stream, it is accepted for all streams. Now, anytime I click on a stream, I am no longer warned about this content classification, resulting in me entering streams I am not comfortable with, and with no way to turn the warnings back on as far as I'm aware.
A way to fix this is that when a prompt appears, a user can choose one of the following options:
-They do not wish to see this content
-They choose to watch this stream but still want the prompts to appear in the future
-They choose to fully accept this content classification prompt for all of Twitch
This way, if a viewer wishes to avoid certain Content Classifications, but their favourite streamer is streaming something of this Content Classification, they aren't forced to accept this Content Classification for all of Twitch.
Also, there should be a way to allow a viewer to make the Content Classification warnings come back after they were approved at one point, as accidentally approving it removes the safety they provide to viewers who are not comfortable with viewing that type of content.