Twitch is an online video game streaming site in the United States, where users may watch broadcasts of esports events live. It also provides music broadcasts, original content, and, most recently, live feeds from “in real life.”. Twitch Interactive, which is a subsidiary of Amazon.com, runs it.
While it’s fun to see things happen in real-time on Twitch, there might have been numerous moments where the users wished they could go back and view something or a particular moment again. Twitch is currently testing a new Rewind the Stream button with a small group of users to have a solution soon.
Twitch informs The Verge that pressing the button will take you back two minutes on the stream. Once you’re there, you may go back and watch previous streams or view what you missed at different speeds, just as you would with any other Twitch VOD (video on demand).
The picture-in-picture window that appears above the conversation will let you view what happened in the live stream if you accidentally hit the rewind button. On the other hand, the rewind button will not work if the streamer does not have VODs enabled. Twitch said the rewind button trial would be made available to around a fifth of its users over the next several days. There are two more buttons that Twitch is experimenting with. According to the firm, pressing the Remind Me button will send you an email with a reminder for an upcoming live stream. You can watch a streamer’s channel trailer by clicking on the Watch Trailer icon (if they have one).
Twitch plans to put these buttons to the test “over the coming month.” The buttons will be deleted after the trial period for future use.