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    2 comments  ·  Extensions » Other  ·  Admin →
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    PogoFury commented  · 

    I took a break from a lot of my favorite channels when Borderlands 3 launched, because the repeated overlay popup was insufferable.

    The default should be for a hidden extension to remain hidden on all future visits to the same channel (even a Refresh currently brings the extension back), but there should also be a viewer setting to auto-hide the same extension when encountered on other channels.

    Additionally, viewers should be able to set "auto-hide ALL extensions" as a persistent setting, and add exceptions on a per-extension/per-channel basis.

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    PogoFury commented  · 

    Additional note:
    Twitch has been experimenting with alternate Cheer options (a direct-pay tipping method with standard currency, without using Bits as a placeholder), and the FAQ for this system states:

    "Your community rewards are not changing (custom Cheermotes, Bits Badges, Leaderboards, Bits Rewards, etc.)"

    but there's no mention of whether these direct contributions will count toward unlocking permanent Bit Emotes (they specify that it will *temporarily* unlock subscriber emotes for non-subscribed viewers, a feature that is already available through Channel Points)

    Even if Bits are here to stay, the experimental direct-pay method would dilute their overall relevance and it would be even more necessary to reexamine how permanent emotes are unlocked.

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    PogoFury commented  · 

    As people have pointed out the stress of suddenly seeing a bunch of follow notifications in the activity feed:
    Consider a separate type of activity feed notification for follows that come from the shoutout function (or follows that come from a user navigating from the shoutout to the channel and then Following within the channel, if that can be reliably tracked).

    "💜📢 [Viewername] followed you as a result of a Shoutout from [OtherStreamer]"