Netflix wants you to know how much you've been watching TV and movies, with a new how-to posted to his UK Twitter account on Monday. By following the steps, you get an almost endless list of everything you've watched ̵
This is how you do it:
- Log in to Netflix on a desktop computer
- Go over your account image in the top right corner until the drop-down menu appears  Click on account and scroll down to the & # 39; my profile & # 39; to & # 39; viewing activity & # 39;
- It loads a huge list of all the content you've viewed, and you can even choose to hide items from your viewing history
- You can then browse (and browse and browse) your viewing history to go all the way down and see the first one you have ever viewed, or you can click the "download all" button. It downloads a spreadsheet to your computer that you can browse through much faster.
However, there is one reservation: if you have watched a movie or TV episode multiple times, only your most recent view will be shown. For example, my view of A Christmas Prince is recorded as on December 23, 2019, when I know very well that I have watched that film dozens of times since it was launched in November 2017.
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