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We would like to offer an “off-duty mode” for Mods, but it isn’t one of our top priorities at the moment. Will revisit in 2021.
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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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I'd really like an "off-duty mode", as modding 24/7 could lead to you enjoying a stream less and less. Just being able to take some time off without having the streamer being forced to unmod and mod you again would be so much nicer.
The only thing I'm worrying about is this: Does "off-duty" mean that permissions are disabled? Because, imagine an off-duty-mod is the only mod currently active in the channel and sth. happens. He then should still be able to take some action without having to deactivate "off-duty". To clarify this, that there is someone on off-duty, there also might be some indicator that someone is a mod, but currently has some spare time. And if it is only a hint in the popup that appears when clicking on the username... but that would at least create some clarity.