How to become a Twitch Mod Properly



For those that want to become a twitch moderator in a channel and actually be the right mod. Not just a mod that is given but earned. This is for those streamers plus my channel to follow and use as reference for many users that would love to become mod in a Twitch.tv channel! This is my opinion and this is what I believe a mod should be and what a mod should not be.

Please feel free to follow me on my twitch at
http://www.twitch.tv/n3wb_

ALSO! You are more than welcome to use this video as a command url for those that ask about becoming mod in your channel! I actually encourage it!

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http://www.n3wb.tv/forums

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32 comments

  • Kourt Jester3413 3 years ago

    Thank you N3WB this video has really helped me and my mods on twitch out. They've gotten so much better since watching this and I really appreciate it

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  • RedHead Avenger 3 years ago

    Thank you for your service.

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  • Jay Davis 3 years ago

    Sooooooooo…. Can I have mod??

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  • Mina B. 3 years ago

    Mina

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  • Skyking 3 years ago

    Skyking / n0rskskyking

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  • TH 3 years ago

    Thujoh

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  • FiZyCx 3 years ago

    FiZ

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  • Nover 05 3 years ago

    RAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 9 years myself killer, love the standards. Gotta keep them straight. Love the video!!

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  • Sean Biggus 3 years ago

    You sound like a dick but I guess you have a point! ✌

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  • Hypebeastfor life 3 years ago

    I just kiss the streamers ass and compliment them all the time

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  • eno nekawa 3 years ago

    I agree %100 I'm new to twitch and some mods that have been there for years ignore new viewers and are so needy for attention from the streamer they even make more work for them but I recently became a mod for the first time I didn't ask for it but they just mod me so I took it and I try my best to greet and acknowledge every new viewer even if I have to type it 1,000 times every time a new viewer comes in cause it's like irl respect and acknowledgement

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  • Liv DaTemmie 3 years ago

    I really liked this video!
    I try too help on my favorite streamers streams. Even though I'm not a mod.
    And there are people trying to get mod without saying; "give me mod."
    I wouldn't mind mod, but only if the streamer tells me that I can have mod I'll be like; Okay!

    I'm definately subscribing! 😀 <3

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  • FaZe Wolf 3 years ago

    HE HAZ NU CHIN

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  • Twitch Livestream Fails 3 years ago

    YOURE BETTER THAN ME NEWB I WILL NEVER BE ON YOUR LEVEL YOUR HIGHNESS

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  • DefianceTV 3 years ago

    can i be mod Kappa lol jk

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  • Bobby Tate 3 years ago

    i really like this video. I originally commented and said i was going to refer viewers here if it was okay and then you answered it for me at the end of the video lol thanks man. good job

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  • Ryan 23 3 years ago

    Can I be mod?

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  • SD DIVER1 3 years ago

    How do you get mod on a channel with 50k followers. I been there over a year and been subbed. I'm always there and I help out. The mods never update the commands and stuff. I don't wanna be a mod just to have it I wanna help out you know. But since I'm 15 that's probably why he won't mod me 🙁

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  • XxTHUNDERxX33 3 years ago

    Dude everything you said in that video I agree with 110 percent!! Literally everything you said I say all the time!!

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  • Kyle Velazquez 3 years ago

    Can I be mod?

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  • Marc-André Yelle 3 years ago

    I'm going to be a mod and your video was really helpful. Thanks for your work I really appreciate it!

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  • pv179 3 years ago

    Loved this video. I would love to be a mod in a channel a follow very closely one day and this had some great ideas. Thanks for vid!

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  • Black Cat 3 years ago

    thank you i'm not a mod on your twitch but i am on someone else and this made me a better mod thank you

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  • Zukane Omnihearth 3 years ago

    I was appointed to be a moderator recently from a channel and I was pretty nervous on what to do and what not to do. I have learned a lot by watching your video. Thanks 🙂

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  • xCasinoTV 3 years ago

    Completely true on all counts….Love this guy! Keep it professional and fun, keep it real!

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  • SwiftArtz 3 years ago

    I became moderator yesterday 😛

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  • philips502 3 years ago

    Hi, N3WB!

    I have neither been on your stream or heard about you before, I just found this video randomly on youtube. 'd like to add that I did find your video informative and useful to an extent, I just don't really know how applicable and/or realistic some of these aspects are, and that's why I have a few questions and constructive criticism to come with.

    In the first part of your video you talk about every aspect of which you cannot achieve moderator title on your stream. These terms may or may not be applicable to other streamers moderators, but I get the gist of what you are saying. The second part goes on to tell of the tasks a good moderator is to be expected to conduct and the appropriate behavior after getting the "privilege" of becoming a moderator.

    That leads me to the question: when in this video do you actually answer the title you named it? How do you become a twitch moderator? How can you ever show a streamer that you are good at welcoming everyone, spotting problems, banning/timing out when neccesary and being polite? If you do all these things as a random user, aren't you kind of taking the role of a "smart-ass" for acting like a mod when you obviously have not been asigned to the role? Or did I just miss a part about you providing a CV to the streamer at hand?

    For example welcoming everyone to the stream once a new viewer enters the stream. Of course one could argue that streams with thousands of viewers use sub-mode more frequently, and therefor can keep it more organized and welcome subscribers instead of viewers or followers for that matter, but if that is what you meant I'd like to add that things like this should really be clarified in such a detailed video.

    The moderator position is indeed an important privilege, but some of the extends you suggest moderators are expected to flawlessly follow through with seems over the top, in my opinion.

    Thanks for sharing, and good luck with your stream and youtube channel. 🙂

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  • HarmlessXs 3 years ago

    I love this!!! Professionalism to allow fun for everyone!!! You need to have rules to have fun without letting it get out of control. I like this, I want to work hard on something and so I will work hard and get over my conflicts to help Someone else!

    -Harmlessxs

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  • Ask Paul 3 years ago

    Hai ^_^

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  • Chibi L 3 years ago

    This is some beautiful post.

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  • Matt P 3 years ago

    Did you do this live on twitch?

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  • zaine Sagstuen 3 years ago

    Gg n3wb

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