Up until now, Twitch streamers and viewers can only communicate via the Twitch chat or other external platforms like Facebook or Twitter. However, Twitch has found a solution to keep their folks in one place. Introducing Pulse, Twitch very own Twitter-like platform.
Twitch describe Pulse as a "place where streamers can post and engage with all of their followers and the greater Twitch community right from the Twitch front page" where you can "share clips, stream highlights, schedules, photos, and more so followers are more informed, engaged, and connected." Essentially, you're getting Twitter but tuned for Twitch users.
Pulse will also be available on the Twitch mobile app for the busy on-the-go streamers
Here's what Pulse will look like on your desktop:
Here's how the post interface will look like:
If you want to read more about Pulse, you can click here to read the official blog post where Sheila Raju from Twitch Product Marketing team goes in-depth about its features.
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