Netflix’s “play something” button that shuffles on TV is now available to everyone. On Wednesday, Netflix, with the help of Will Arnett, made a weary sound of the button being pressed – announcing that, 9 months after it first started testing the shuffle function, it is showing to all members around the world Launched Play Something. It’s simple: you click the Play Something button and Netflix will select a title (movie or TV show) from its catalog to appeal to your existing tastes.
This means that you may see a series of episodes or movies that you have never seen before, movies that have already been watched or movies that appear on the list, or performances or movies that are not completed halfway through. And, if you don’t like what Netflix selects for you, you can press the “Play Other Content” button multiple times until you find something that suits your interests-a bit like flipping TV channels.
Netflix shows in its published video that a couple is having trouble deciding what shows to watch-this is the situation we are currently in, but Play Something does not apply to these situations because it can only consider one profile. It will not consider the taste of multiple profiles before randomly picking something for you. It is also limited to TV/living room equipment.
But Netflix wants you to actually use the feature, so it puts it in three places. Below your name, Play Something will appear on the profile selection screen. You can also access it in the navigation menu (if available) on the left side of the screen. Finally, Play Something will also occupy the tenth line on the Netflix homepage.
Netflix says that Play Something is also compatible with text-to-speech (TTS). If you use a screen reader, please visit Netflix’s Accessibility Help Center to learn how to set up “Play content via TTS” on your TV.
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