Wow…we’re near the end of the year, aren’t we? That means Twitch Recap 2022 is finally here! Yes, since the Recap has been already airing, you are now able to see the breakdown of how much amount of hours spent on the platform, who or what channels you watched the most, the messages and emotes you sent, and other interesting details.
In addition, Twitch has introduced a new thing this year that will thrill all of you. It’s the Community Recap. Unlike the Streamer and Creator Recap, Community Recap is viewable for everyone. Well, if this is your first time for a Twitch recap, let’s get to know further about it.
When is The Twitch Recap 2022 Going Live?
This year’s Recap is kicking off on December 13, 2022, so basically it’s been going live for more than a week by today. Now you can access your Twitch channel analytics throughout this year along with the community trends.
However, it’s worth noting that the Recap will be available for a limited time. It only lasts until mid-January 2023. Moreover, if you don’t want to miss out on this, just go to see it now.
How to Get Twitch Recap 2022
Thankfully, accessing Recap is fairly easy. You’ll only need to do several clicks and your email bell will be ringing, signaling the new message from Twitch. Anyhow, here are the steps.
- Go to the Twitch site and log in to your account.
- Then, navigate to the avatar icon.
- Select the Settings option under the dropdown menu.
- Afterward, hit the Notification tab.
- Click the By Email menu and scroll to the bottom of the list.
- Finally, toggle on the Marketing email notification, and there you have it.
Now, you’re supposed to receive a Recap email from Twitch. Additionally, this guide also works to get the Twitch Recap 2021. But if you’re not sure about getting the last-year’s recap with this guide, you can try another way.
One quick note, toggling on the Marketing notification is important to get your Twitch Recap. If you forgot about this part, you might be unable to get the Twitch Recap email.
How to Share Your Recap
If you see your Recap is pretty boasted, you might want to share them with your friends or the online community, right? Well, we got you covered, then.
All you need is to go to the viewer section and open the Recap page. Scroll down until you find a shareable version of your Recap. Click on the Download to Share button under the recap to get the card as an image.
The image will portray the data about the streamers you watched, the top categories, and the number of hours you spent.
Twitch Recap Community Trends 2022
Recap Community is basically the Twitch Recap 2022 for viewers. That means it’s open to everyone on Twitch. You can see the most used emotes and tags, or the most played game across the globe.
According to the Twitch data summary, the Hours Watched reached 21 billion hours across 223,000 categories. In addition, the total number of sending chat messages from users has reached 49 billion.
Now let’s talk about Twitch emotes since it’s an essential part to make Twitch stay entertaining. There are five most used emotes on this platform. The rank is as follows:
- HeyGuys (used more than 1.4 billion times)
- LUL (used 1.04 billion times)
- CorgiDerp (used 529 million times)
- Kappa (used 388 million times)
- PogChamp (used 278 million times)
Furthermore, the four most-watched categories are including Just Chatting, League of Legends, GTA V, and Valorant. The most trending tags on Twitch this year are included VTuber, LGBTQIAplus, multiplayer, PVP, and PlayingWithViewers.
On top of that, Twitch also noted that 11 million new streamers joined the streaming world this year. What fantastic achievements!
Twitch Recap 2022 has become one of the most awaited things at the end of the year. With a recap, you’ll be able to track your activities as well as your achievements on Twitch. Now that you know how to access it, you can immediately see your recap.
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