@CatchMeTV you're a little turned around by what I'm suggesting.
- I'm following you, you're offline and hosting someone
- I view my followed streamers list; you're shown as offline, same as someone who is offline and not hosting - but you are hosting someone.
- We have no way of knowing you're hosting because there is no differentiation - unless I actually go to your page (but the normal Mixer viewer follows way too many streamers to realistically do this every day)
This is already a thing for channels such as Channel One or any of the Hypezones,
They're all currently offline, but they're showing up as online while hosting someone - it can't be that much more different to enable this for other accounts.CupcakesBro shared this idea ·
This would be great, there currently isn't any accessible way to see the hosts; as it requires viewers to go directly to the streamer's stream first - but when they're offline it doesn't show in a section anywhere.
Comparatively, on Twitch: streamers being hosted is very accessible, as it's clearly laid out in a subsection of Following/Live.CupcakesBro supported this idea ·