Netflix offers a vast variety of content on its platform and we often fail to complete watching stuff that we watch. Whenever a series or a movie on Netflix is incomplete the video streaming app always wants to make sure that you don’t forget about the episodes you’ve begun with their “Continue Watching” option. But now users will be able to remove them from the ‘Continue viewing’ row as Netflix is rolling out this feature.
The feature to remove series and movies from the ‘Continue Watching’ row on Netflix is now available in India, and users may access it via Netflix for Android, iOS, and the website. But as of now, this feature is not accessible if you are using an Amazon Fire TV. Also, Users must make sure that they are using the most recent version of the app.
Netflix announced this update through a blog post that stated, “Inbox zero might be hard to achieve on email, but why can’t you bring that same enthusiasm to your ‘Continue Watching’ row? We heard you, and that’s why we’re introducing a new way for members to give your ‘Continue Watching’ row a fresh start.”
Members all around the globe may now remove a TV show or movie from their ‘Continue Watching’ row on all platforms, including TV, with the press of a button. Simply select “Remove from Continue Watching” from the page settings after clicking on a show or film. If you change your mind, simply click the back arrow button to undo the removal.
This new button allows you to continuously keep your ‘Continue Watching’ row fresh and filled with the series and movies you can’t wait to watch. This functionality is already accessible on the web and mobile devices and is now being extended to TV as well.
Take Ten, a short film workshop and competition was launched by Netflix India. This initiative aims to identify and encourage next-generation filmmakers from diverse backgrounds in India. According to the corporation, a total of 10 filmmakers will be given the opportunity to participate in seminars guided by the best in the creative industry. They will also get the option to further produce a short film that will be shown on Netflix’s India YouTube channel.
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