Gaining a new Twitch follower feels amazing, especially when you’re just starting out and don’t have many. It’s even better when you discover who the follower is, as receiving support on Twitch is heartwarming.
After a while, when your channel becomes popular, and the follower count rises into the hundreds, it can be difficult to remember who has been following since day one or who still follows your channel.
Fortunately, there is a way to see who’s following your channel by accessing the Twitch followers list. This article will show you how to do that.
Let’s get started!
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How To See Who Follows You On Twitch
Identifying who follows you on Twitch is simple. This guide includes two techniques that will allow you to swiftly access your channel’s follower list.
The initial one is the simpler approach, whereas the second one is an easy URL “trick” that is faster and better for experienced users.
Accessing Your Twitch Follower List (Via Creator Dashboard)
Follow the steps below to access this section via the Community tab in your Innovator Dashboard.
- Open Twitch in your preferred browser and sign in to your account.
- In the top-right corner, click your avatar and select Creator Dashboard from the list of options.
- Once the Creator Dashboard opens, click Community in the left-bar menu. After it expands, click Followers List.
You should now see the full list of followers, along with their avatars and links to their profiles. You can hover over each user to access the quick menu, which allows you to add, follow, or whisper them.
Accessing Your Twitch Follower List (Via URL)
If you want to regularly check your followers list, there is an easier method to open this window. This requires you to know your username and be logged in to Twitch.
Then, simply follow the steps below:
- Open any browser and click on the URL bar. Then, type in the following: “dashboard.twitch.tv/u/yourusername/community/followers-list” and press Enter on your keyboard.
Important: Make sure to change “yourusername” to your own username. For instance, if your username is “PCStrike”, the URL will look like this: dashboard.twitch.tv/u/PCStrike/community/followers-list.
This will display the list of followers like when you use the Creator Dashboard on Twitch.
If you find yourself regularly checking your follower list, you can bookmark the page for one-click access whenever you need to open it.
Viewing Your Channel’s Follower Count
If you only want to view your channel’s follower count and not an entire list of followers, including their nicknames, you can do so by following the steps below:
- Open Twitch in your chosen browser and sign in to your account.
- Click your avatar in the top-right corner and select Channel.
You can now see the specific number of people following your channel, which isn’t possible when viewing the full list.
You can use this feature to track your progress and see how your channel is progressing as you continue on your path to becoming a well-known Twitch broadcaster.
It’s important to keep track of your channel’s followers, and you now know how to do this using two different methods.
Utilize this function to contact fans or track their channels if they also broadcast on Twitch. It’s a fantastic method to establish a network or communicate with a follower who just received a prize on your channel.