Step#1: Go to www.netflix.com/WiViewingActivity. Now, you can see a list of all the movies you have watched, listed from most recent to oldest.
Step#2: Click the X next to any title to remove it.
If we talk about TV shows, click on X next to an episode which will remove that single episode. Thereafter, you will also see a prompt asking, Remove Series? If you want to remove every episode of that series from your Recently Watched list, then select that option.
Step#1: Go to www.netflix.com/EditProfiles.
Step#2: Click on the profile you want to reset.
Step#3: Click on Delete Profile to confirm it.This will remove your Netflix profile’s entire history, together with the My List saves, your Recently Watched list, and Ratings. You can now create a new profile and start from scratch.
You must be acquainted that Netflix currently supports 1080p Full HD videos only on 3 browsers: Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer on Windows, and Safari on Mac. So if you desire to watch Full HD movies on your PC, ensure that you are using one of these 3 browsers. Other browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, or any other will only play 720p HD videos, not 1080p HD videos. Before switching to any other browser, check to verify below points:
#1: Make sure that your screen is Full HD 1080p. Simply verify your native resolution. If it’s 1920×1080 or 1680×1050, then you will get a difference by switching Full HD. If your monitor’s resolution is 1366×768 or lower, then you don’t have to bother for switching browsers, stay with 720p and Chrome extensions for Netflix.#2: Go to www.netflix.com/HdToggle and set it to High, so that it defaults to the highest possible resolution on your screen.
#1: If you have added a title to My List section, you will receive a small update in the Netflix app telling that the title is expiring in the next 30 days. You may also verify the Details section of any video to check out when it expires.#2: The best way is through a Third-Party Site. There are lots of websites that trail what’s upcoming and going on Netflix. Choose the site which you fell the best to see a complete list of titles that will be taken out of the service in the current month.
Through the Netflix app’s Share Menu:While browsing to your favorite movie or show on an IOS or Android device, you will see the share icon.Get a list of all the apps by tapping it and use one of them to share Netflix recommendation with your friends.
Through Flixtape App: Follow the steps below-
Step#1: Go to Flixtape
Step#2: Click Make My Own to create your individual playlist of Netflix favorites.
Step#3: Add the movies and shows you want to share, and then share it.It pegs into your region’s catalog, so be assured that you are sharing it with someone in the same region, otherwise some of the things which you have added may not be visible to them.
Step#1: Go to Menu in the Netflix App
Step#2: Click on the App Settings, to go Cellular Data Usage
Step#3: In the Cellular Data Usage section, Turn Off to use only Wi-Fi.
OrIf you wish to continue running without Wi-Fi, you can in turn choose Low, Medium, or High to set the quality at which videos will stream.
Note: This will only affect your Netflix mobile app instead of main account’s settings.
On mobile apps, make Use of Smart Fast Forward Buttons to Skip Ahead by 30 Seconds.
On Windows or Mac, make Use of Keyboard Shortcuts to Skip Ahead by 10 Seconds.
Press Shift+Right to skip forward by 10 seconds. Keeping Shift held down, you can press Right repeatedly until you hit the point you want to reach.
If you skip excessively, press Shift+Left to rewind 10 seconds.
Step#1: Go to www.netflix.com/ManageDevices and sign out of all devices in which your Netflix account is logged.Step#2: Sign in back to Netflix and change your password, make your password safe and unbreakable. In case, still you find any suspicious activity on your account, you must contact Netflix for resolution.
Step#1: Start with resetting the Netflix app.
Step#2: Open your iPhone Settings -> Scroll down until you see Netflix -> Tap on Netflix -> Tap on Reset -> Press your Home Button.
Step#3: Open Netflix again and sign in back.If that doesn’t work to fix the issue, restart your iPhone or iPad. If that fails, the next step is to long press on the Netflix app and uninstall it, and then re-install it again.
Step#1: Go to your Android Settings and click on Application Manager (Apps or Applications)
Step#2: Tap on Netflix and click on Clear Data
Step#3: Click OKIf that fails to work, go for other wireless connection or contact Netflix for support.
Step#1: Reset your iPhone or iPad connection.
Step#2: Swipe up from your home screen and tap on the airplane icon.
Step#3: Wait 30 seconds and then tap on the airplane icon again to turn it off.Try Netflix again to check if your issues is fixed. If it fails, try rebooting the device, or use different Internet connection.