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Twitch is a platform that always seeks to know the opinion of its viewers and although it may not seem like it, it is concerned with maintaining constant feedback from viewers, feedback that it obtains by implementing new tools.
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Something that serves in a certain way, to also help the streamers themselves who create content on the site, for which it has been revealed thanks to a leak, that Twitch would be implementing a new tool that would consist of a kind of survey, where viewers they would deliver their opinion of their favorite streams, which would reach the channels anonymously.
The filtration was delivered by Zach Bussey, who is known for revealing new information from Twitch before the streaming platform does so officially, who left a screenshot of the new survey in a post on his Twitter account.
As can be seen in his tweet, the questions he submits are: Do you like the streamer for: his ability, for his dedication, for his way of making humor, for his responsibility, for his way of relating.
As we said, the answer would be delivered privately to the streamer so that he knows the opinion of his viewers about his live streams and thus can improve on some points.
The date on which this new tool would be implemented is still unknown.