My List on Netflix
Netflix debuts "My List", replaces Instant Queue

21 Aug 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

When Netflix launched in the Nordics the Instant Queue feature was removed. Why? Because Netflix has been working to replace it with “My List” that launches today in all Netflix markets, including USA, Canada, Latin America, and Europe.

Netflix introduces "My List"

Netflix has announced its latest initiative. The new “My list” feature lets users save movies and TV shows for later watching. My List replaces the current Instant Queue feature.

My List on Netflix
Save movies and TV shows on My List for later watching

All movies, TV series, and documentaries can be added to the list simply by pressing "+ My List." As more movies and TV shows are added, Netflix’s recommendations engine will suggest new content.

My List is dynamic and can notify you when new episodes or seasons of your favorite TV shows become available. It will also let you know if saved-for-later movies and TV shows are close to expiring. These features will only work via the browser on a PC/Mac initially, but will roll out to smartphones, tablets, streaming media boxes, and Smart TVs soon.

My List is rolling out to Netflix users right now, but it will take a few weeks to reach everyone.

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