- The users can now remove the internet Continue Watching row from the app
- The feature is only available for Android users and iPhone users will have to deal with Continue Watching row for a little longer.
- The latest update will allow users to choose the “remove from row” option to allow only useful content to remain on the row.
Streaming application Netflix makes it easier for its users by introducing an interesting new feature. The users can now remove the internet Continue Watching row from the app but there is a catch. The feature is only available for Android users and iPhone users will have to deal with Continue Watching row for a little longer.
The Continue Watching row is the section where you can catch up with your movies or series that you had to leave in between due to some reason. But many times, even if you clicked on a series or movies by mistake, it would start appearing in the Continue Watching row. The latest update will allow users to choose the "remove from row" option to allow only useful content to remain on the row. The update will be available on the Netflix app for Android users.
Here's how you can remove content from Continue Watching row
— Android users can modify their continue watching row by tapping on the menu icon on the title that they want to remove from the row. For instance, if you were watching Money Heist on Netflix but didn't enjoy it much, you can stop Netflix from reminding you, again and again, to watch it just by tapping on the three dots available on the title.
—Once you tap on the menu icon, select the Remove From Row option.
However, if you don't want to get into tedious process just remove titles from your viewing history, which will also remove the titles from Continue Watching row.
The Continue Watching section can be both useful and unnecessary at the same time. For example, if you are watching a series or movie on the app using your phone and you pause the movie due to some important reasons, you can resume it from the Continue Watching row without having to make any extra efforts. However, if you are watching a lot of content simultaneously then a crowded Continue Watching section can be tedious to look at.
For instance, if you are watching a show like Friends, which has too many seasons and episodes and a new film pops up in the app. You might not want to watch the entire series first and then get to the movie because the series is definitely longer than the film and might take you several days to finish. In such cases, you can easily remove the multiple titles from the app and resume it whenever you feel like. This would make your app look less congested.