At Mixer, community is at the heart of everything we do. We’re always looking at new and interesting ways to help support every member of the Mixer community on their journey so that ultimately, you always have the tools you need in order to be empowered and successful. That’s why today we’re thrilled to unveil Mixer Academy, a brand-new program, where you can build your Mixer expertise, complete courses, and earn badges for your profile to show off to your community.
Open your browser of choice and visit academy.Mixer.com, log-in with your Mixer account (linked to your Microsoft Account, of course), and you’ll be taken directly to Mixer Academy! There you can start off with the Mixer Handbook, which will give you a quick rundown of what you can expect from Mixer Academy. At launch, we have three distinct course tracks built to turn you into a bona fide Streamer, Moderator or Power User in your own right.
For aspiring steamers looking to take their first steps to start a community of their own or content creators looking to level-up their knowledge base, we’ve got the Streamer track just for you! Here, you’ll learn some basic pointers on how to grow your stream, community, social media presence, and even a few tips on how to grow your professional network.
For you channel moderators out there keeping the community safer for everyone, we’ve got a track built just for you. If you want to get up to speed with the basic tools you’ll need in order to help out your fellow streamers, or get information on what to expect out of the mod experience, then the Moderator course track is just the thing.
And if you’re a viewer of Mixer, casual or aficionado, we’ve got a track for you to master all of what’s available with Mixer’s feature set, a rundown on the proper steps to report misbehavior (whether they’re streaming or chatting) and some helpful tips to ensure that your profile is complete and up to date.
This is just the beginning, so keep an eye out for us to continue to add more courses (some, created by your favorite Mixer Partners!) as we build out a comprehensive home for any inductees of the Mixer community. Want to tell us what you think about it or have an idea for a new course? Let us know on Twitter at @WatchMixer or send us your feedback at feedback.Mixer.com.
To check it out, head over to academy.Mixer.com now!