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    Relevant Update  ·  Ana responded

    Hi again all,

    We have another update regarding Twitch’s Alerts. Now, you can set up integrations with Streamlabs, Throne, Crowd Control, and StreamElements, to bring select third-party events they provide to your Activity Feed to help you recognize all the additional ways your community supports you (such as through tipping, merch purchases, etc.).

    Help highlight your community’s contributions and celebrate them all in one place, with your own flair by tapping into the customization options for your Alerts in the Creator Dashboard.

    This is just the beginning! We'd love to hear what other third party streaming tools you'd like deeper Twitch integrations with, please share them with us via link.twitch.tv/UVAlerts or http://twitch.uservoice.com/forums/924712/suggestions/47507177.

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    itsbrandonut commented  · 

    Transferring alerts from Streamlabs or Streamelements, or any other third-party alert building platform should be made possible or at least easier. Most have spent hours fine-tuning and designing their alerts on other platforms before Twitch had this update, and it would take unimaginable amounts of time to readjust every alert to match previous platforms' designs on the Twitch Creator Dashboard.

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    itsbrandonut commented  · 

    @KaiLondo the CoWorker category refers to a game named CoWorker on Steam, it is an indie action game that does not involve any sort of co-working, studying or productivity. Converting the category into that would leave a gap for that game whenever someone plays it, therefore having a new category would make more sense in my opinion :)

    Glad to hear that study and co-working have been of help to you among many others!

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