Netflix recently announced that from January 27 the “zero inbox” function is available on its streaming platform , which allows users to delete the content of the “Continue watching” section, where until now all unfinished movies and TV series were automatically saved.
It is a function long demanded by users, annoyed by the long line of movies and series that accumulated in this section. “Can you give us a ‘Remove From’ option so we can remove all these suggestions in different ‘lists’ that we either a) have already seen or b) don’t intend to see? Then your algorithms can make better suggestions,” one user wrote . Twitter in December of last year.
Users can now decide what content they want to save on the service’s home page. The new feature applies to all devices: TVs, browsers, and mobile devices. To remove a title from ‘Continue Watching’, the person simply has to click on the movie or series and select the ‘Remove from queue’ option .
“This new button allows them to always keep their ‘Continue Watching’ queue fresh and full of shows and movies they can’t wait to watch,” Netflix said in a statement.