We currently support Twitch as a service for Redact. You can mass remove your VODS, clips that you made and clips if of you channel.
Carefully manage the deletion of VODs and clips on Twitch by determining whether you want to delete from your own VODs, clips you yourself have made, or clips other people have made of your channel.
Deletion can be specified by
Start Date (Only delete after this date) or
End Date (Only delete before this date). When you press the calendar icon, a calendar will appear. By default, it’ll take you to the current date, but you can easily change this. You can click the title at the top to select from a list of months, or click it twice to select from a list of nearby years. Alternatively, you could click the left and right arrows to skip around to adjacent months. When you have the correct month and year, you just click the day and you’re done. If you want to start over, just tap the Reset in red text.
Redact will delete clips only from specific streams that you choose to filter by.
With Redact, you can choose to protect certain VODs and clips from deletion by entering the title of the VOD or Clip into the keyword filter.
Delete all clips and VODs with specific keywords in titles.
Redact can selectively delete content within a range of viewership. This allows you to remove clips that are either not popular enough, or a little popular.
Redact can find content with specific durations so that you can carefully manage your content, whether it be short clips or longform content.
To bulk delete anything and everything on your Twitch account, just skip the form, go straight to
Deletion Mode, and click
Start Deleting. Take note that content deletion is irreversible. This is recommended if you want to have a fresh Twitch account rather than making a new one.
For a detailed description of these features and what they do, visit this page.