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Netflix Introduces 'My List' for All Worldwide Members

Aug 21 2013, 9:16am CDT | by , in News | Home Entertainment

Netflix Introduces 'My List' for All Worldwide Members

Netflix has just introduced its improved 'Instant Queue' feature now called 'My List' for all global users. Roll out of the feature starts today and it will reach to all worldwide members within next 2 weeks. It will allow users to bookmark those titles instantly into their own personal rows which they want to watch next or later.

Netflix is already providing its US users an 'Instant Queue' feature to save their favorite titles and watch them later via its instant streaming service called "Watch". But international users do not have this facility till now. Netflix has now announced to launch this facility for its worldwide users. 

Netflix has make improvements in its instant queue feature and replaced it with "My List." This feature will now provide all users the ability to save the movies and TV shows into their own instant queues. Users can watch these saved titles at any time when they want to. 

The giant video streaming company states in official blog, "We’ve designed a better way to help you easily find and watch those titles you picked to watch on Netflix and are happy to introduce “My List” to all our streaming members globally. With “My List” you can now quickly go to your own row or gallery on Netflix and instantly find those titles you already picked to watch."

Netflix has started rolling out new 'My List" personal instant queue feature today that will be available for all worlwide members within next 2 weeks time.

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