An error occurred while saving the commentJNinjakitten commented
Definitely agree that people should have the option to in some way opt out of seeing a channel on their front page when browsing. I'd like to add the recommendation that some people who don't want pages banned or waste their time with fake block reports for pages to "block" them to expand much more on the "not interested" option. Some people flat out aren't interested in certain things that fall under a general category. An example would be the Makers and Crafting page, I'm interested in some fiber arts, but more specifically I'm NOT interested in crocheting. Nothing against crochet, just that's not what I want to see on my front page and flooding it when I'm browsing. I should be able to have a list of certain key words, even if there is a limit to the number of words on the list, that I can put down "crochet" as something to not bother putting on my page. This recommendation would be in addition to what people are saying when they don't want specific channels on their home page. Those recommendations would allow some of us to spend more time on pages we ARE interested in (including finding new pages that reflect our interests) and therefore allow channel creators, as well as Twitch, to get more eyeballs actively looking at channels and making money. We would be spending less time fake banning or "not interested" marking pages (some of which keep showing up a LOT).