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Some people find this feature helpful. Others not so much. We’ve heard the feedback loud and clear β€” members can now control whether or not they see autoplay previews on Netflix. Here's how:
This article explains autoplay, how to enable or disable it.
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Replying to @netflix
how about hearing our feedback loud and clear?
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Ranting Man Feb 6
Replying to @headstone_666 @netflix
They did. That’s why it’s cancelled.
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Ian Feb 6
Great. Now do the automatically start the next episode feature. Some of us like to watch credits/listen to end credits. Keep the skip to nxt ep buttton, but don't force us to watch in 5 seconds. No commercials means we need time for bathroom breaks.
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Carlos Jr Feb 6
There is a button to watch credits right next to it
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Tracy Feb 6
Replying to @netflix
How about an easy way to let *every* movie and show play all the way to the very end of the credits without having to opt out of having something else start playing?
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Bryan Fritchie β­•πŸ”₯🐲 Feb 6
Replying to @tracygarza @netflix
Especially when trying to read the credits. There is a 2-3 second place, usually where the cast is, that can be IMPOSSIBLE to see.
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Meghan Travis Feb 6
Replying to @netflix
Can you also please let us disable the Ad screens that interrupt the credits of movies/final episodes? They seriously kill the mood
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For the Love of Mom Feb 6
Some of us actually want to read credits, listen to the soundtrack a little longer, bask in the ending, or see the bloopers and Easter egg clips at the end. When you cutoff Ferris Bueller's, "you're still here?" you are destroying the film.
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David Mason ✴ Feb 6
Replying to @netflix
Skipping end credits should be opt-in. Anything else is disrespectful to the crew. The music that plays during the end credits is like the punctuation at the end of a sentence.
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David Mason ✴ Feb 6
Replying to @netflix
Like, it's one of the few things that gets me angry enough to swear. Jars me right out of my happy place.
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