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An error occurred while saving the comment An error occurred while saving the commentNedbella commented
Yes, please give us the option to control what emotes we see in the emote list. It takes forever to scroll down looking for a specific emote. Being able to hide streamers we are not subbed to or hide ANY emotes that show up in our list would be very much appreciated. I also find emotes from streamers I don’t sub to, don’t follow or have previously subbed or followed to showing up and it’s upsetting, especially if you had a bad personal experience with that person. I made an emote for someone ( customer ) who I ended up giving a refund to and I find it quite offensive and upsetting that they are still using this emote and it shows up in my emote category. Viewers need more control over what is seen in their emote list.
An error occurred while saving the commentNedbella commented
Come on Twitch.....Do something about this. Emote artists are a vital part of channels and the decision between people deciding to sub or not. If they don't like your emotes, they generally don't sub. With less subs, that bites into the Twitch profits, so making this possible for artists to use their artwork for free, it not only gets their work out there ( for possible future customers to see ) and it helps keep a healthy relationship between emote artists and Twitch. I'm sure there are MANY streamers that would vote yes on this as they want to support their artists. Me personally, I'd love to sub to every customer who has my emotes, but I cannot afford to. Please, support the emote artists who support streamers and add to Twitch profits. It's a win win.
Let Moderators use emotes. This would mean that bots such as Streamlabs and Moobot won’t have to be gifted subs to use emotes.620 votes
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I agree with Hybridx86 ( below ). I also have Epilepsy and find some of the extreme flashing ones scary for me. I don't want to have another seizure. I know animated emotes are fun, but they can trigger a seizure, especially if you are watching at night. Also, emote artists should be able to have access to the emotes they make for free, without having to subscribe to the streamer. Having to sub defeats he purpose of having made them for paying customers. You lose your money and then some. Please support emote artists. When an artist is given the artist badge, they should automatically be subbed to that channel. Emotes bring more subs to the channel, so it's not like the streamer loses out.