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    phaedri commented  · 

    Differentiating bot announcements by color and presentation has been insanely helpful in reducing chat-read confusion and missed messages... on the site. Mobile users are missing out.

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    phaedri commented  · 

    This will be extremely helpful for any extensions where interactions become available conditionally, and the viewer might otherwise not notice that they can do something! Reminded of the Borderlands 3 extension which had conditional interactions that could have been more engaging if viewers were told when they could participate.

    Many possible applications:
    - unique interactions become available whenever something happens in a integrated game, and viewers are alerted to try them: think Cult of the Lamb help/hinder but without the screen-eating overlay
    - activities can be started by the streamer via live config, and viewers are alerted to participate: think about an RPG battle, where streamer DM starts an encounter and moves become available
    - digital rewards become periodically available to claim, and viewers are alerted to claim them: think collectible stickers earned for time spent or special events

    Our use case as a specific example: Viewers opt-in to track their time spent in the channel. Rewards are earned at cumulative intervals for time spent. As-is, viewer has to look at the extension to notice their reward is ready to claim. Would be much smoother to alert them.

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