Elon Musk acknowledges feedback by xQc on Twitter live video feature following shower stream critique – Elon Musk, the owner of the rebranded ‘X’ version of Twitter, has responded to concerns raised by Twitch and Kick streamer xQc regarding the platform’s live video feature. Musk’s response comes after xQc experimented with the live streaming functionality during a shower stream and shared his observations.
Having recently acquired Twitter and introduced new features, including the ability to stream live content, Musk has been actively engaging with users to gather feedback. On August 4, he posted an invitation for users to explore the live video feature, noting that it was now functioning reasonably well.
Elon Musk acknowledges feedback by xQc on Twitter live video feature following shower stream critique
However, xQc’s experience with the live video feature led to a mixed review. The streamer highlighted certain shortcomings, including the chat obstructing the self-view and the lack of current editing capabilities. He also mentioned delays in chat/comments and peculiarities in the front camera view, noting potential zooming issues.
Live video now works reasonably well. Just tap the button that looks like a camera when you post: pic.twitter.com/ILQEQFmY5R
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 4, 2023
Despite these critiques, xQc acknowledged the positive aspects of the live stream feature, particularly its high engagement rate and accessibility. Interestingly, Elon Musk aligned himself with xQc’s perspective, expressing agreement with the feedback. Musk acknowledged the need for refinement in the feature and hinted at upcoming enhancements to the live video functionality on the X platform.
It remains uncertain how frequently xQc will utilize this feature, given his existing commitments to Kick and his substantial deal. However, his increased activity on the X platform suggests he may further explore the live-streaming option.
xQc’s involvement in providing feedback to tech companies doesn’t stop at Twitter’s live video feature. Recently, the streamer proposed a new feature idea to YouTube aimed at minimizing unwanted drama surrounding reaction videos. With xQc actively engaging with various tech companies to offer constructive suggestions, the evolving landscape of online content creation continues to benefit from such interactions.