If you’re like me, you usually check the public chat on Twitch by pulling up the sidebar. If someone is not a nice person, and they are currently being unfriendly, consider this site review to be your deliverance. There are also other reasons that I find it extremely useful when chatting with members of the chat. The profanity filter can be quite harsh and while it is understandable why they try to deal with inane comments against Twitch’s guidelines, some people think that turning off the profanity filter altogether is a great idea. (The reality is that it’s not a great idea at all and there are plenty of messengers that have much better options. If you can afford the extra bandwidth and disk space, Discord is always a good option) There are times where you may want to turn it off or back on. After all, it is your internet connection, not theirs.