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    651 comments  ·  Chat » Chat  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Hey all,


    Thank you for the patience with us on this. This has been one of the most popular ideas on UserVoice and we definitely heard your feedback. 


    Today we launched /announcement for mods and streamers. Announcements can be used in chat to highlight a message and are available in 4 different colors along with the channel accent color. Because this is only part of the ask of this idea we are setting this idea to partial release so the community can continue to leave feedback on this.

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    MrFluffyNL commented  · 

    This is only 5% of the issue "solved". Viewers want it back too. I like this new feature, but it's like I just said, a new feature, not a 'fix' for something that wasn't broken. The whole reason why coloured /me was removed in the first place, was just in my opinion, unreasonable. Streamers would get confused and think they'd have a fake donation? Come on. You have a bot that will tell you. Not some random person. You have activity feed. Not a random person. I enjoyed it when someone was typing in /me while I was live. And a lot of friends and fellow streamers with me. Just bring the old /me back and if you really need to, make it a toggle where they streamer/mods can decide if it's going to be coloured or italic. Problem solved

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    MrFluffyNL commented  · 

    I fully agree with you there Fivestaralphasnake. They need to address this asap. So many people voiced their opinion about it and ±95% agrees with getting coloured /me back. Or at least for Broadcaster and Moderators. Not that hard to implement something that you already had.

    Seriously, if you can't tell the difference between a fake donation from a true one, you need to change your bot settings and add a sound to the alert. Problem solved and /me coloured can come back.

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    MrFluffyNL commented  · 

    Please bring it back. If people are getting confused about a 'fake donation', they should configure their bot back to default. It will tell them what they got in an alert on stream (and you can add a sound to it as well! *Blows your mind*) and in chat... It's not confusing at all.. At least bgring /me coloured back for mods and VIP's

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    153 comments  ·  Creator Dashboard: Stream Manager » Bugs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Hey guys! We really appreciate the feedback that has been brought forth in this thread and just wanted to update you a little bit on what is going on.

    This change was originally made to guard against raid bot attacks. While smaller raids are currently viewable in activity feed in the dashboard, we are working on a solution that treats raids equally while guarding against abuse tactics.

    https://twitter.com/TwitchSupport/status/1313975539682684929

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    MrFluffyNL commented  · 

    This is an insult to smaller streamers. Getting affiliate sometimes takes a long time. And sending raids to starting streamers can help them with this. You need an average of 3 to hit affiliate, but now raiding <5 won't be recognized anymore?! How about helping out the smaller ones! Instead of kicking in someone's glasses with this new ""feature"".

    A host is so much less than a raid. Every streamer that I see that gets a raid, cheers up. If they have 1 viewer or 200. They all get happy when someone raids them. Why take that away from people? Bad move Twitch. Bad move.

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    Investigating  ·  13 comments  ·  Creators and Stream Features » Raids  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    MrFluffyNL commented  · 

    I think this is a good idea. I tend to raid friends of mine that are live, but once a week I am manually looking for a streamer with 0 or 1 viewer in the same category as I was streaming. You can brighten someone's day with a raid like that! If you raid with 3 viewers, or 30, it doesn't matter. As you share the love your viewers have for you, with someone else! This will make that a lot easier. To find someone in the same category as a recommendation to raid. Love it!

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