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    KreativePixie commented  · 

    It's been two months and you have yet to listen to those of us that use mobile that either stories needs to be relocated or have the option to disable them. If you view in landscape mode on a tablet or phone, stories takes up the ENTIRE screen. We have been unfollowing creators to be able to move past them, which is NOT supportive to the creators or to Twitch. You have first the Stories then you have current live, then you have clips, followed by recommended. This means that smaller creatives are getting missed, and the creators that are using stories for BS posts are losing follows and potential subs.
    I can tell you personally every person that I've unfollowed, I'm also not renewing subs because then we also don't even see that they are live. I can tell you that my 10k hours will most likely drop in half for the next recap. I've even stopped modding for the a partner that uses stories at this point
    You are hurting the very creators that you offer the platform to

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    KreativePixie commented  · 

    Since you started stories....
    Things that you haven't addressed include that on mobile stream listings are doubled and when you select a stream you get thrown into one that doesn't even match that was selected.
    In landscape mode the stories take up the ENTIRE viewing screen.

    As a result I have unfollowed EVERY creator that I am not subbed to. Removed the mobile app from my devices, removed it from my Fire TV, cancelled my Turbo and cancelled every auto resub. Will you even notice the loss of 140 bucks a month plus bits, probably not, but you will if 100+ will

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    KreativePixie commented  · 

    No, just NO. If I wanted stories, I would go back to using YouTube, or look to FB or IG. I'd even establish a TikTok, but I came to Twitch to get away from that BS plus the abundance of ads. There needs to be a way to disable stories and only view the content we are paying for (IE Turbo, channels subbed to etc) Adding them in just makes you blend in more with YouTube. The only thing that they will do is take up viewing space and bog the system even more that is already twitch glitchy

    To those saying that "I'm sure the ones complaining are not streamers" and "they don't take up that much space" They take up 1/3rd of the space on android in portrait mode and the full screen in landscape mode, followed by clips. And without viewers that may or may not stream, you have no platform on twitch. People come to watch vods and lives not for the stories or clips. Without a way to disable them they are bogging down the mobile platform. Thank you Twitch for helping me spend less money and minimize my followage as I've been unfollowing and unsubbing due to the stories and I'll go to Turbo only since the price of that also increased and I refuse to pay for a feature that is 1) on other platforms for free and 2) due to the increase in ads and when Prime users even have to pay an extra fee to go ad free on videos then turbo will go away as well.