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As you well know, streaming takes a lot of time and energy. We want to help you get the most out of every broadcast, which is why we’re committed to making updates to Twitch’s Stats page.
First and foremost, your stats page will update with accurate information in less than five minutes. With these new, focused numbers, you can see how your latest broadcast performed in the time it takes to grab that post-stream sandwich.
Starting today, you’ll see updates available on your dashboard. We think you’ll find the new format helpful, but you’ll be able to click “View Classic Stats” on the bottom left of the page to revert to the old view at any time.
The view has changed from a standard calendar layout to a stream focus. You can select your recent stream or see streams from the past week or month
A new heatmap will show your hours streamed over the last month, letting you check your consistency at a glance
We’re launching these features with a focus on concurrent viewer information, but we’ll expand the metrics (followers, etc.) over the next few months. We’re also working on tools to help you better understand your most popular clips, so stay tuned!
To stay in the know, check “Recent Updates” on your Stats tab to see what’s been added since your last visit and to preview what’s coming next.
Your feedback is important, please let us know what you think and what you’d like to see added right on the Stats page by selecting “Give Feedback” on the bottom right.
Check out the new Stats page now!