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So in Super Mario Maker 2, the player can play through a different user created course and leave behind “messages, artwork, and emotes” at different parts of the course.
I think that it could be a really cool feature if watching twitch vods had a feature where users could type in messages on specific time stamps of a stream to make their viewing experience more fun.
Basically you can still twitch chat while watching a vod, and that twitch chat will be separate from the original twitch chat and can still be read by the streamer or anyone else that comes in to watch the vod, just like Super Mario Maker 2.
- It gives people an incentive to watch the vids on twitch instead of YouTube
- streamers can get feedback and comments on their vods post stream and can also comment on those portions as well.
- in eSports situations, it might be cool to leave timestamp comments that a user can tap on and people can have conversations around that timestamp
- Malicious bots or people that don’t follow the rules could spam a vod with content that isn’t appropriate. Mods would have to check live and vod-streams for problematic viewers.
- While this does give a viewer the opportunity to contribute to a past stream, it is separate from the original and that might still be a disconnect.
- It might be annoying for streamers to get vod comment notifications.
- watching vods on twitch is fun, but there is a disconnect if you can’t react the same way as if it were live. Being able to react or leave a comment on a past vod at a certain point would give viewers the chance to interact with the vod in new ways they couldn’t before
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