Twitch Studio brings new, much requested features to creators

Twitch’s new features make re-arranging your stream from game to game even easier, community interactions deeper, and a countdown to your next stream.

Twitch’s trio of new features are going to be welcome to it’s huge following of creators who come to the platform to live stream. Twitch Studio now allows users to copy and paste layers and scenes to make their layout consistent between streams.

This will allow creators to really quickly switch out their screen layout during streams. This means users can keep a consistent style like the size of their webcam overlay but move it’s position with a single tweak. This feature will be perfect for when there are parts of the screen creators want to quickly hide or make visible on a different game.

Elsewhere a new chat overlay feature allows streamers to get their community more involved in the stream. The new overlay feature, which is rolling out over the next few weeks, allows you to set it so that community messages appearing on-screen.

Last, but certainly not least, is Twitch Studio’s new countdown timer. This allows creators to set a timer for when they’re next going on stream and gets their fans together and ready for to be there when they go live.

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