So as a streamer and moderator in a couple chats, one feature that I’d like to be seen is a number displayed of the amount of channels a user has been banned in. Not looking for names of channels, just number.
The reason for this is so streamers and moderators can make better judgement calls whether someone is making a mistake or is a repeat offender across multiple channels.
This way, if someone comes in and spams a couple lines of keyboard spam, we can tell if it may have possibly been a cat walking on a keyboard, or just something this person does.
There are people who come into channels streaming certain story/spoiler heavy games, and will wait out the follower mode timer to say “x kills y” or “z is the mastermind” and stuff like that. This way we can have a warning if this user has done this before. Maybe even some kind of “mod comments” section for users that mods can see from mods of other channels?
I know this tricky, and can likely be abused, which is why there could also be a “report comment” option for comments that are spam, derogatory, or otherwise.
Feature suggestsions should go to the relevant section of the Twitch Uservoice not the third party developers support forum(s) - https://twitch.uservoice.com/
I’m not sure which cateogry this would fit under due to the privacy nightmare. The other thing to consider is that if someone has many bans they probably need a report so Twitch can remove them completely and if they have say 200 bans, then someone either forgot to report them or the bans have been gatherered over years.