Netflix testing ‘What People Liked This Week’ function amongst some Canadian customers

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Netflix is testing a brand new function referred to as ‘What People Liked This Week’ in Canada.

As the title suggests, the function shows the most-liked motion pictures and exhibits on the streaming service of that given week. The high 20 titles are proven.

The function was first talked about earlier this week on Reddit by some Netflix customers, with the Canadian Press‘ David Friend later sharing on Twitter that it’s being examined in Canada as nicely. In each circumstances, plainly the function is barely showing within the Netflix app on good TVs for now.

As with any function that Netflix assessments, it’s necessary to notice that this won’t see the sunshine of day. For now, Netflix has a ‘Top 10 in [insert your country] Today” function as a approach to present its hottest content material.

What do you think?

Written by Gideon


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