Netflix recognizes that the automatic reproduction of its trileres is useful for some, however, for others it is annoying to see an advance of the new RuPaul series when it is not fantastic of its productions on the platform. Thus, the Los Gatos company gives the option to deactivate this function.
Through a publication on Twitter, the video service in streaming He says he has heard the comments about it loud and clear. A little late, since critics in this regard are not new, they have been online for a couple of years.
Subscribers can now control whether or not they want to see advances in automatic playback on Netflix, the firm says.
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: https://t.co/6V2TjEW6HD https://t.co/zbz4E8fVab
Netflix US (@netflix) February 6, 2020
Together with this publication, the platform puts a link where it explains, in more detail, the steps that the user must follow to deactivate automatic playback. The following describes these:
- Log in to Netflix from a web browser.
- Select Manage profiles from the menu.
- Select the profile you want to update.
- Check or uncheck the box Automatically replay progress while browsing (on all devices).
The new feature is available worldwide. That does not apply to those advances that begin when the user chooses a specific title on their own.
Netflix has a presence that exceeds 190 passes, as well as more than 158 million people with paid membership. In other words, it is the current leader in the entertainment category by streaming, which, since 2019, has two new (complicated) competitors: Disney Plus and Apple TV Plus.
Netflix also anticipates that using the AV1 standard for the Android operating system, a high-performance and 20 percent more efficient cdec than the current VP9.