View Purchased Super Chats & Super Stickers
View purchases made during a live stream
Use the Live Control Room, YouTube mobile app, or the YouTube website to view Super Chat and Super Sticker activity in your live chat feed.
- To filter your live chat feed to only view Super Chat and Super Sticker purchases:
- On a computer, click Chat filter Fan funding.
- In the YouTube mobile app, tap Settings Chat filter Fan funding.
2. To view all messages in your live chat feed again, select Chat filter All messages.
View all purchases
- Use a computer to sign in to YouTube Studio.
- In the left Menu, select Earn.
- Select the Supers tab.
- The newest purchases are displayed in the “Your Super Chat and Super Sticker activity” card. If you want to view all available transaction info, click See all.
Interact with Super Chats & Super Stickers
Interacting with Super Chats and Super Stickers during your live stream is a great way to show appreciation to your fans. You can:
- Verbally acknowledge or thank buyers with a shout out while live streaming.
- Heart a Super Chat or Super Sticker to show appreciation: Find a Super Chat or Sticker in your live chat feed and select Heart next to it. All viewers can see that you’ve hearted the Super Chat or Sticker. Depending on the buyer’s settings, they may also get a notification that you loved their comment.
Other automated messages may surface on your live chat feed to acknowledge a viewer’s milestone purchase on YouTube. For example, an automated message may surface for a buyer that’s made their first or tenth purchase.
Showing appreciation for purchases and milestones can help build community and increase your fanbase.
Moderate Super Chats & Super Stickers
You can moderate Super Chats & Super Stickers the same way you moderate Live chat messages. Like everything on YouTube, viewers must follow our Community Guidelines when sending Super Chats and Super Stickers. If a Super Chat or Super Sticker is moderated and removed for violating our policies, YouTube will donate our portion of revenue to charity.
Creators receive 70% of Supers revenue that is confirmed by Google. The 70% is calculated after local sales tax and App Store fees on iOS are deducted. Transaction costs, including credit card fees, are currently covered by YouTube.