Twitch is a platform for live video streaming, offering nearly anything you’d want to watch, from cooking, music, and Q&A session.
Google Docs is a free suite of online apps for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, forms, and more. It's free and works in the way you do.Google Docs Integrations
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Triggers when you receive a new follower on Twitch.
Triggers when a new stream goes live that matches any game and language specified.
Triggers when a live stream starts from streamers you specify.
Triggers when a new document is added (inside any folder).
Triggers when a new document is added to a specific folder (but not its subfolders).
Twitch is a live streaming video platform that was originally launched as a spin-off of the general-interest streaming platform Justin.tv. The site was launched in June 2011 by Justin Kan and Emmett Shear, both of whom were co-founders of the related website Justin.tv.
Twitch is primarily used for broadcasting live events, such as gaming, music, the creative arts and other cultural events. Content on the site can either be viewed live or via video on demand.
The service is divided into two main categories, one being “Video Games” and the other being “Creative”. The Video Games category has a further subcategory called “Gaming”, which is where games are played live. This allows viewers to interact with each other through chat or by using a webcam and microphone. Viewers can also interact with the broadcaster by donating money or interacting through the broadcaster’s social media accounts.
In an article by Jin Kim, the author explains that “live streams are interactive, meaning that streamers are able to talk to their audience while they play a game.” He goes on to say that “some members of this unique gaming community have garnered popularity amongst their peers by broadcasting themselves playing video games and talking with viewers while they do it.” These so called “streamers” that host their own channels on Twitch come from all walks of life but almost all share one common trait which is an unquenching enthusiasm for gaming.
Twitch provides a way for gamers to stream their gaming through services like XSplit and OBS (Open Broadcaster Software. There are also popular services that help streamers run their channels such as Nightbot, Chatty, and TwitchAlerts. They offer these services not only to make it easier for the streamer to interact with their viewers but also to make it easier for them to stay organized and keep track of donations and other events during the stream. Here is an example of what the Twitchchat looks like during a stream:
Google Docs is a free web-based office suite offered by Google. It allows users to create and edit files online while cplaborating in real-time with other users. The suite also contains basic image editing capabilities, spreadsheet formula editing, and presentation editing capabilities. In addition, it allows users to create and edit spreadsheets online without having to download an application. It was first launched in April 2006, after Google purchased a similar product previously known as Writely (developed by the creators of Blogger. in 2005. According to Google Docs website, its features include:
Create, edit, format and cplaborate on Word documents, spreadsheets, and presentations
Access Google Docs from any desktop or mobile device
Use Google Docs offline – changes will be automatically saved when you reconnect to the internet
Share documents and work together in real time with others
Track changes with comments and see edits history
Google Docs allows users to store documents created with the software online rather than locally on their computer. For example, a user could start working on a document while not connected to the Internet, and then finish working on it later while connected again. Changes are automatically saved as the user works on a document, unless the user specifically chooses not to save them (by clicking on “Discard changes”), thus making an earlier version available for revision.Users can also use Google Docs to create new documents from Gallery templates, which are pre-defined styles and formats for creating new documents. Google Docs is compatible with Microsoft Office file formats and software. In October 2007, support for Office Open XML was added. In October 2010, support was added for PDF files. In May 2013, support for Office Open XML was removed. In October 2016, support for ODC closed format was dropped. Support for ODF will fplow.
Twitch and Google Docs have been integrated in order to allow gamers to upload videos automatically when they are finished playing a game while at the same time allowing viewers who donate to have access to said videos before they are publicly released. This integration will increase the amount of uploaded content on YouTube because there will be much more recorded footage for YouTube content creators such as PewDiePie who upload YouTube videos about games that he plays. The integration of these two platforms together will enable gamers who stream on Twitch to upload videos of themselves playing games directly from their channel onto YouTube without having to take additional steps such as uploading manually from YouTube as well as getting a YouTube partner account. This integration is a win-win situation because it makes uploading videos easier for both gamers and content creators who upload gameplay videos on YouTube while at the same time increasing the amount of content posted on YouTube as well as giving gamers some money back when they donate (see below. Also, with this integration, it will make it easier for content creators such as PewDiePie who use YouTube to post videos about games that he plays to get these videos out there faster because just like how the integration works with Twitch, when he plays a game on Twitch he can upload these videos directly onto his YouTube channel after he plays them instead of having to do it manually by uploading them from his PC as well as getting a YouTube partner account which requires him to get 10000 subs in order for him to do so. And lastly, this integration also enables both parties invpved in it to grow their audience as more people learn about both websites as well as how they function thus increasing the number of people who watch Twitch streams as well as uploading gameplay videos onto YouTube and increasing their views/subscribers/donations/etc.. With this integration Twitch will be able to gain even more attention than it already has now while at the same time allowing content creators who upload gameplay videos onto YouTube get more views/subscribers/donations/etc.. than they already have now because more people will be exposed to both websites through this integration. This integration can lead to something that would be completely unheard of up until now which would be something called “gaming journalism” or “video game journalism” which would consist of people who record themselves playing games on sites like Twitch then uploading these videos onto sites like YouTube where people who want to watch them can do so whenever they want. This type of journalism doesn’t exist at all right now but it could if this integration were to take place due to how easy it would be for people who record themselves playing games on websites such as Twitch then upload these videos onto websites such as YouTube without having to go through too much effort just by simply being invpved in this integration between both of these platforms. This integration would open up many new opportunities for content creators who upload gameplay videos onto YouTube like PewDiePie because it would make things much easier for them since they wouldn’t have to worry about uploading gameplay videos onto YouTube manually anymore because they could simply do it automatically whenever they play a game on Twitch which would save them time while at the same time making things easier for their viewers who don’t have to wait forever for them to upload gameplay videos onto YouTube manually which could take days if not weeks depending on how busy they are plus how fast their internet connection is plus how fast their computer is which could take anywhere from 10 minutes up to several days if not weeks which would make watching their videos less entertaining for their viewers since they would have no way of knowing whether or not they will actually get to see these gameplay videos anytime soon or not which could cause some of their viewers who might not have time nor patience enough to wait weeks or even months before they can see gameplay videos from these content creators get bored and move on quickly which would cause these content creators views/subscribers/donations/etc.. to drop significantly if not completely which could cause them to lose a lot of money especially if they make their living off of these donations just like PewDiePie does right now so if this integration were made possible then these content creators wouldn’t have anything to worry about anymore since all they would have to do is play a game on Twitch then upload it automatically directly onto their YouTube channel without having go through too much trouble thus saving them time while at the same time eliminating the possibility of anyone getting bored from waiting too long before seeing any gameplay videos from them thus keeping them entertained thus keeping them subscribed thus keeping them happy thus increasing their views/subscribers/donations/etc.. which ultimately would mean more money for these content creators which would ultimately mean more money for these content creators since they get paid based
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