It appears Netflix's newest feature began rolling out as far back as three weeks ago, according to users on Reddit, with those same users claiming that the feature appears to be available in select regions globally. The shortcut has yet to make its way onto the Netflix app. Orange Is the New Black, House of Cards, Iron Fist, The Office, and Mad Men are the titles being reported.
The ability to skip intros has been a longstanding request of many Netflix users for some time now, The Verge reports. What's more, the opening sequence will be automatically skipped in case the episodes are auto-playing.
Between adding offline downloads and a skip intro button, there's not much left on the Netflix Wish List.
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'We're finding these clusters of people and then we're figuring out who is like you, who enjoys these kinds of things, and then we're mixing and matching those, ' Mr Yellin said.
Do you have access to the feature yet? The new system should be more straightforward, enabling members to tell the company what type of titles they did and didn't enjoy. Clicking it allows the viewer to avoid the unnecessary waste of minutes and jump straight into the action...even if the show has a cold opening, which is a bit of the show followed by the intro, then the rest of the show.
This change in Netflix's rating system has been in development for a while. Let us know in the comments section below. Now, though, you might have to consider another factor as Netflix is testing out a feature that could allow users to skip the opening credits of shows.