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    14 comments  ·  Creator Camp » Building your Community  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    48 comments  ·  Emotes » Emote Library  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    We’ve teased that we were listening to feedback that creators wanted a place to store all their emotes and easily swap them in and out of tiers without having to delete and reupload every time. Well, it’s finally here!

    To help creators better manage their digital assets, we’re introducing the Library, which allows emotes that have been approved to be stored and easily accessible, even if they’re not active.

    Library will be located on the Emotes page and will be available to all Partners and Affiliates. You can expect to access them in the next few weeks.

    Find out more here: https://blog.twitch.tv/en/2021/06/04/kicking-off-10-years-with-our-biggest-emote-update-ever

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    MegaRonTV commented  · 

    One thing which I feel like would benefit streamers who have a lot of emotes, or streamers who do seasonal emotes, would be what I call an Emote Inventory.

    The inventory would be a function of the Edit screen. Once the streamer clicks on the "Edit" option, a button would pop up below the "Delete" button which says "Swap." The streamer would then be presented with their Inventory of inactive emotes, which would each have a check box next to them.

    The streamer would select the emote in their active emotes section, then select an emote which they would like to replace it, and then click the "Swap" button. Afterwards, the formerly Inactive emote would be moved into the Active section, and vice versa.

    I've made a mock-up of what the system might look like on Twitter, and while it's a small change, I feel like it would save a lot of aggravation from folks who regularly change out their emotes seasonally, and it would allow smaller streamers to have a better time figuring out which emotes are popular with their audience.

    Here is a link to my Twitter post, which outlines how the Emote Inventory might work: https://twitter.com/MegaRonTV/status/1348653294110068738

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