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  1. 527 votes

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    TheDoubleUnderscore commented  · 

    They will NEVER allow this since the age of your average twitch viewer is of military conscription age. Twitch doesn't really care tbh, its all to the highest bidder. A pretty evil way to act to be fair. But that ad rev is too good to pass up.

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  2. 86 votes

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    TheDoubleUnderscore commented  · 

    Please implement this. It is not a good experience to get a gifted sub to a channel you barely ever watch due to rng. There should be a minimum threshold of time watched before a gifted sub can be received. The alternative is for me to unfollow the streamer and block gifted subs for all channels I don't follow. Now, twitch. ask yourselves seriously...is this good design for viewers AND streamers? Forcing someone to unfollow a stream they occasionally enjoy watching but don't necessarily EVER interact with? If you answer yes, you're wrong. Because that is what I do. SO a streamer could potentially lose more than a handfuil of followers due to posturing on twitch's part. Currently I will also disable the gifted sub immediately.

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    21 comments  ·  Ads » Preroll Ads  ·  Admin →
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  4. 1,777 votes

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  5. 63 votes

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    49 comments  ·  Discover » Browse  ·  Admin →
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    TheDoubleUnderscore commented  · 

    The new browsing UI is impossible to navigate, made thing unnecessarily small, and generally MORE invasive. I have NO idea how to even navigate the new browse section since I am assaulted by an AUTOPLAY video of a live stream. I understand this is in response to the "can't see what's going on if a 5 minute pre-roll immediately runs when you enter a screen", but this new one feels more like you're trying advertise even more, this time the hottest streamer on at that moment. This is a tone deaf result from the dev team since I almost never want to watch a streamer with thousands of viewers; the community is already established and it becomes impossible to participate without paying (chat scrolls so fast that the streamer will filter out non paying viewers too keep up). This is simply not a good way to encourage viewership. PLease add a way to disable the gigantic waste of space that is the auto play of the hottest streamer, and restore the old way of browsing.

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    Relevant Update  ·  Ana responded

    A majority of ads on web and TV apps should now have normalized sound. We are still continuing the work on this and will update the status again when it is fully complete!

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    TheDoubleUnderscore commented  · 

    The response form the dev tells you that you don't actually matter. Since every other service did it first, now twitch can do it. It is an interesting phenomenon that ad volume is so much higher than broadcast volume. Almost as if the advertisers think they are important...but honestly, stop letting advertisers cause hearing loss and frustration and NORMALIZE the ad volume. its easy, and all you really need to do is set a standard for advertisers. But you refuse.