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689 votes32 comments · Developers » API · Admin →Planned · AdminJon Bulava (Developer Relations, Twitch) responded
As mentioned earlier today on the TwitchDev Standard Output broadcast, we are moving this suggestion to "planned." We appreciate everyone's patience with this one. Although it sounds simple and we see the value, there were a number of underlying complexities to consider before we had confidence in a path forward and providing a response. We will provide another update when the endpoint is available for testing.
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Twitch should include or provide automated updates on Muted VOD Appeals.
For example I had a VOD muted, I submitted an appeal and for well over 30 days it sat at pending until I gave up checking on it.
I checked back today with 4-days of the VOD before it expired and it now says "resolved" but the mute is still in place. I assume this means it was denied but how am I meant to know?
As a test I highlighted the entire VOD and it was muted in the same part again so I submitted another appeal and this time it was instantly "resolved" but there is no way of knowing what that actually means...
I have cut the VOD into smaller highlights and the copy of the VOD that is meant to have this muted area isn't muted.
It beggars belief that Twitch isn't able to provide some way of updating a streamer on the status of a Muted VOD appeal and after "Resolving" providing further information to them on the outcome.
At the moment streamers are in the dark and its not a nice place to be...