NETFLIX TESTS, New User’s Feature For Movie & Live TV!

NETFLIX TESTS HUMAN-DRIVEN – LAUNCH WITH LIVE AND VIDEO ‘COLLECTIONS’

Netflix Tests
Netflix Test On iOS Devices

Netflix tests a new way that will enable users have access to movies and live Television programs they would practically have the interest to watch – launched with a ‘collections’ feature, which is presently undergoing its testing process only on iOS devices, also part of the company’s current offer is the suggestion of motion graphics you desire to watch which dependent on your Netflix history.

Meanwhile, there is a different approach on how Netflix practically makes its recommendations, this is based on the fact that its streaming service is known for its structurally advanced categorized system, consisting of hundreds of categories that extend beyond groupings such as Drama, Romance, Action, Sci-Fi and so on. With regards to how its subcategories are structured, the design offers an enhanced and detailed interface that enables streamers to have access to a precise and specific recommendation.

Emerging reports from Netflix clearly state that titles are structurally organized by the company’s creative team of experts, and organized in this order – like genre, storyline, character traits and tone.  However, its recent development (Netflix tests) also tracks popular titles that are equally trending across its service. This allows a user to view what most people are watching. 

And for those that have optedin, you would understand the suggestions are organized into editorial groups with titles such as ‘Dark & Devious TV Shows’, ‘Let’s Keep It Light’, Prizewinning Movie Picks’, ‘Gasp’, ‘Watch’, ‘Repeat’, ‘Women Who Rule the Screen’ and so on.

Meanwhile, in order to access the collection, you could possibly do so via the main screen option or you could as well do that by gaining access via its further exploration tittle option. And its goes this way, when you tap a collection that interests you, it smoothly expands – with detail suggestion of the titles below a header while explaining what the collection is all about.

This process could also be done via its App’s home page, precisely for those that can access this with the new feature. However, reports claim Netflix tests are only available for iOS users at the moment, and also understood it won’t be available for all users since the company is still testing its launch.

Lastly on this is the response from Netflix, which says, “We are always looking for new ways to connect our fans with titles we think they’ll love, so we’re testing out a new way to curate Netflix titles into collections on the Netflix iOS app”. And also added: “Our tests generally vary in how long they run for and in which countries they run in, and they may or may not become a permanent feature on our service”.

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