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Some people find this feature helpful. Others not so much. We’ve heard the feedback loud and clear — members can now control whether or not they see autoplay previews on Netflix. Here's how:
Use this article to learn how to use Netflix autoplay features or turn them off.
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sello🍂 Feb 6
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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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BLM🖤✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽 Feb 6
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I like the auto play previews. Let's me know if I wanna actually watch something without having to put it on and not end up liking it.
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FilmGrouch Feb 6
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So, will you be taking Sarah’s kingdom now?
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Paul Varga Feb 6
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What about going back in time to unwatch a movie?
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Neil Smith 🇬🇧 🇵🇹 🇦🇺 Feb 6
Replying to @PVarga @netflix
Technically you can log into your browser and remove it form your watched history. But you can't unwatch it in your mind.
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Olivia Nope Feb 6
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Ryan Feb 6
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THANK YOU
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Tracy Feb 6
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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 🇺🇸🐗 #IFBP (Parler: @bfritchie) 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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