Starting today, you can watch popular clips directly on Twitch — clips are now part of the channel page.
Want to catch up on a streamer’s last game session before they go live, or quickly get familiar with a new channel? Head over to a channel’s Clips tab to see which moments were clipped from that channel.
Sharing the best moments from your favorite streamers just got a lot easier. You can find hype moments you missed by looking at the most viewed clips from the past 24 hours, week, month, and all time, or filter by trending clips to stay ahead of the meme curve.
Since launching clips, we’ve heard requests for more ways to find and share the best clips on Twitch, and this is just a first step in that direction. In the coming months we’ll be adding new ways to browse, so keep an eye out for even more clips on Twitch.
And if you want more clips browsing right now, check out My Clips. You can keep track of clips you’ve created and all the recent clips made on your channel (bonus: we no longer hide clips with less than ten views). You can re-watch and re-share your favorite clipped moments and check which clips have the most views.