Netflix for iOS has improved the “My List” feature for users to easily find saved movies and TV shows to watch later. The new change is also available on Android and is rolling out gradually to users worldwide.
Netflix introduced the “My List” feature on mobile, TV, and web apps in 2013 as a new personalized instant queue for users to save a list of movies and TV shows they would like to watch later. It allows users to explore new content, especially from recommendations, while viewing their current movie or TV show.
“My List” on Netflix for iOS gains new filters to organize saved content
The updated “My List” features four new filters to easily search for different types of saved content like TV Shows, Movies, Haven’t Started, and Started. Users can also directly swipe the title cards to delete them from the list.
Prior to the update, the “My List” section did not have filters to find saved content and users had to scroll through the saved list to find a title they want to watch. Deleting a title from the list involved multiple steps; tap on the title to be redirected to the details page and select the “My List” icon to remove it.
The video streaming company’s spokesperson told TechCrunch does not have plans to release the new My List on its TV app.
Previously, Netflix introduced new measures to make it harder for users to share account passwords in select regions and released the Basic with Ads tier on Apple TV set-top box and update it with support for 1080p resolution and up to 2 streams with no additional cost.
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