So yours users Don’t share your account with unknown people and add more subscribers, Netflix is activated in five countriesIncluding Peru, an experiment they tried to pay for Additional profiles. Fortunately, recent data indicate that platform Serials and streaming movies have decided to change this strategy. Why? Here we say.
In Peru, Argentina and other selected countries, Netflix started charging for “Add a Home or Profile” fee For an existing account. For our country, account holders have to pay 7 soles to add an additional profile from home.
As known, this action Netflix was not well received by the users of the platform. On social networks, many rejected the move by the big N and vowed to unsubscribe from the service if the site continued with this surcharge.
“After listening to consumer feedback, we have decided to discontinue the ‘Add Home’ features. Instead, we’ll focus on making it easier for account sharers to change their profile and start their own membership, and create sub-accounts (“Additional Membership”) for all members to easily manage their devices and pay if they want to. For family members or friends,” he said. Netflix It is a statement.
However, the specialized portal Gizmodo points to it Netflix He won’t completely abandon his idea that a large number of users pay for the streaming service. New options include changing profile or sending passwords.
Steps to View Your Netflix History
- Go to your computer netflix.comLog in, go to your profile, click the triangle to open the menu and click ‘Account’.
- Scroll down, click on ‘Viewing Activity’ and then click on ‘View’. There you will see a list of what you have watched on Netflix.
- Click ‘Show more’ to see everything; To hide, click the circle with a diagonal line through it, or you can hide or download all.
If you see someone using a series or movie, we recommend removing it from your account so the recommendations Netflix shows for you don’t change.
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