If you watch a lot of Netflix, someone posted a list of a bunch of hacks that might be useful. The one catch is you can only do some of them on a computer, or a phone. You can’t do all of them on something like a Roku . . .
- Remove embarrassing titles from your viewing history. Like if you watched all five“Sharknados” and don’t want anyone to see. Just get to your “Account” page on your phone or computer . . . scroll down to “My Profile” . . . and click “Viewing Activity.”
- Keep binge-watching a TV show without feeling judged for it. There’s a Chrome extension for computers called “Never Ending Netflix” that keeps the “Are you still watching” message from popping up.
- Rotate the video, so you can lie down and watch it sideways in bed. There’s another Chrome extension calledNetflix Flip that does it. It’s supposed to help with a very new and modern ailment called “streamer’s neck.”
- If you’ve watched EVERYTHING, try “Netflix Roulette.” Reelgood.com has a feature that lets you sort by genre. And you can choose a minimum rating on Rotten Tomatoes or IMDB. Then it spits out a random option that fits. (Thrillist)