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    Arkore supported this idea  · 
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    Arkore commented  · 

    This idea is quite powerful, because it's as important as the "Chat Filters" idea/feature that Twitch already provides us with.

    Let me explain.

    Under the "Chat Settings" (Cogwheel icon), there is "Chat Filters" On or Off.

    I've set mine to On.

    There are several filters under this option.

    All of them are enabled.

    But notice the "Sexually Explicit Language" filter.

    CHAT FILTERS
    Enable filtering in chat = ENABLED
    ...
    Sexually Explicity Language = ENABLED
    ...

    Now, if I'm unable to filter chat by emote names, e.g. gachiHYPER, then this filter of "Sexually Explicit Language" is not enough to provide the experience I've come to expect with enable chat filtering.

    Case scenario:
    A streamer, with an audience of 20k, rambles a ****** joke, or plays a game that shows girls in swim suits. Suddenly we see hundreds of lines of chat with gachiHYPER which is code wording for ... you know ...

    So, I recommend that there be a higher priority on implementing this "Filter by emote" feature, that let's us enter a comma-separated list of emotes for the filter process. The filter process would behave the same as the existing ones already in place, by filtering/removing the entire message and user line of the chat feed.

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    Arkore commented  · 

    It's a good idea. But, I'm wondering if that would then create an expectation that channel owners then expect Twitch to track this data, and therefore ultimately provide that data. There might also be reason for Twitch to never provide this kind of data, and that would then disappoint channel owners.