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How to get Twitch Year in Review Recap 2021?

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December 15, 2021

With the year coming to an end, it is time for nostalgic insights from various platforms out there, including the likes of Spotify and many more.

Unless you have been living under a rock, you must have definitely come across the Year In Review feature present in various apps. It’s been going on for a number of years now, and the likes of Spotify have popularized it a lot. Basically, you get to see what you have done in that particular app in the past year. For Spotify, that includes the total number of hours you have listened to, your favorite songs, artists, albums, and much more.

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Yesterday, Nintendo also announced that the Year in Review can now be accessed for players out there, and that would give them access to the number of hours they have played, favorite game, most active days, and so on. Now, another app has released its Year in Review.

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How to get Twitch Year in Review Recap 2021?

If you are an active user on Twitch, you might be quite curious to know what your year looked like on the popular streaming platform. This insight gives you details about which streamer you watched the most, which were your favorite emotes, your watch time, and a plethora of other stuff. If you are a streamer, you can get your Twitch recap as well.

So how do you get your recap? Well, unlike other recaps out there, there is no manual way to get this one. It is sent automatically by Twitch to each and every user out there, so you should be getting yours automatically. Just keep checking your email and yours should arrive soon.

But what if you haven’t got your Twitch recap? Well, then it might be that your promotional emails are turned off. Open your Twitch account, go to Settings and then click on Notifications. Make sure you have the Marketing toggle turned on and that’s pretty much all you need to do.

Keep a tab on your Spam folder as well, as some users have reported their recap went there. If you have turned on this setting, you should get yours pretty soon.

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