An error occurred while saving the commentKeiraxlicious commented
Instead of organizing the followed channels by viewers only. Allow each stream to be apart of a folder group. Folder groups allow you to see the group you assign that person to, such as Twitch Partners, Twitch Affiliates, Twitch Streamers or custom entries such as "Streamers that always have 5,000+ viewers" or "Stream Team - Drip Squad" or "Stream Team - Moonlit Yakuza" or "Phantom Society Friends".
Allow a page where you can place that allows you to automatically drag and drop say a stream team into the folder or allow you to manually check a checkbox next to names for certain folders to be added with ease.
Perhaps when hovering over the name. Allow the browser to open a window after 3 seconds to show that person's profile page, viewers, followers, LIVE/not LIVE, stream team info, etc.
In addition to the folders, let there still be a viewer count next to the folder name. Which counts the total amount of viewers inside the folder. Folders should be expandable and collapsible on the side panel to allow ease of access.
Lastly and most importantly, I think there should be a category in the folder system where you can add and remove filter options also. This should include:
Channels inactive for 1 week, 1 month, 6 months, 1 year.
Game Category Lists
Total Stream time within last day, 2-6 days, last week, last month to give an analytic approach on how much uptime people have.
This could also reflect average view counts/sub counts and such that reflect on twitchtracker.com
A quality of life improvement such as this is well needed on a platform like this, but I suggest a smooth basic system to manage this and to not be so clunky would be ideal and user friendly.