How to Fix Broadcasts Not Saving on Twitch

Can’t figure out why your broadcasts are not saving on Twitch?

Twitch is one of the best platforms in the world for streaming. Whether you’re doing talk shows, music, gameplays, or ‘just chatting’ content, Twitch should be on top of your lists. With tons of features and millions of users, the platform can help you start your streaming career. 

Despite its status, this doesn’t mean that Twitch is exempted from unexpected downtimes and errors. Like any platform, Twitch users also suffer from issues. 

Recently, many streamers complained about their broadcasts not getting saved. This can be a serious problem since your fans can’t watch your recorded stream if they missed it or if they simply want to rewatch it. 

Based on what we know, there are a few aspects to look into when dealing with this issue. 

Usually, broadcasts don’t get saved on your account due to improper configurations. However, it can also be due to faulty or offline servers. 

To help you out, we’ve decided to make a guide on what to do if your broadcasts are not saving on Twitch. 

Let’s get started!

1. Check Twitch Servers. 

Before tweaking your account settings, we recommend checking the platform’s status first if you can’t save your broadcasts. Since your streams are being saved on the servers, expect issues to occur if they are offline. 

You can visit Twitch’s status page to confirm the platform’s current status. 

Twitch Status

If the servers are offline, the only thing you can do is wait. Unfortunately, server-related problems can’t be addressed on your end. 

On the other hand, you can proceed to the next solution below if the servers are fine. 

2. Check Your Settings. 

As we’ve mentioned, broadcasts not saving on Twitch are usually caused by improper account settings. The autosave feature might be disabled, or there are some configurations that cause conflicts. 

Check out the steps below to configure the autosave on Twitch: 

  1. First, open your browser and access your Twitch account. 
  2. After that, click on your Profile and go to the Creator Dashboard
  3. Now, click the Menu button on the upper left corner of the window to access the side drawer. 
  4. Expand the Settings tab and choose the Stream tab. 
  5. Lastly, ensure that ‘Enable Clips’ is turned on. 
broadcasts not saving on Twitch

Once done, check if your next stream will be saved to your account. 

3. Clear Your Browsing Data. 

In rare instances, corrupted browser cache and cookies could also cause past broadcasts not to save on your account. To rule this out, clear your browsing history to eliminate corrupted data on your browser. 

See the guide below to clear your browsing data: 

  1. On your browser, click on More Options and access the Settings
  2. Inside the Settings, go to Privacy and Security and click on Clear Browsing Data
  3. Now, change the Time Range to All Time and ensure that caches and cookies are included in the process. 
  4. Finally, click the Clear Data button. 
broadcasts not saving on Twitch

After clearing your browsing data, re-login to your Twitch account to check if the problem is solved. 

 4. Try Using Another Browser. 

Your current browser might not be compatible with Twitch, causing your streams not to get saved. It’s also possible that your browser is experiencing technical issues at the moment, explaining the problem. 

To fix this, try using another browser while broadcasting on Twitch. We recommend using popular browsers like Chrome, Firefox, or Opera, which are highly optimized for most websites.

5. Contact Twitch. 

If none of the solutions worked, the last thing you can do is seek help from the experts. 

Go to Twitch’s Support page and contact their team to report the issue you’ve been experiencing with your streams. There might be an issue with your account that needs to be addressed on your end. 

broadcasts not saving on Twitch

That ends our guide for fixing broadcasts that are not saving on Twitch. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to leave a comment below, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. 

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  • John Sixto

    John is a staff writer at Saint and comes from a SAP ABAP development background. He has a Bachelors in IT and has been writing since 2018, with over 500 posts published. He loves to build PCs and has a deep curiosity in understanding how different components and configurations work. John spends hundreds of hours at a time, researching and testing the software and apps, before he proceeds to write about it. LinkedIn X (Twitter)

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