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Update: Netflix individual profile rollout brings up to five unique experiences per account


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#1 OFFLINE   Athlon646464

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Posted 01 August 2013 - 06:35 AM

Update: Netflix individual profile rollout brings up to five unique experiences per account
 
Netflix is finally ready to deliver individual profiles for its streaming service, meant to satisfy households with shared accounts by providing everyone their own settings, viewing history and (where available) queue. Profiles are coming to all Netflix regions starting today, but may take a couple of weeks to appear on every account as they roll out gradually. 
 
Device support will also take some time to hit everywhere even though most clients are ready for profiles today. Two platforms not yet sorted are Android and the Nintendo Wii, where support will arrive "later in the fall" and in mid-August, respectively. 
 
Once the new feature is available however, it should be easy for users to access and setup, as we learned from Chief Produce Officer Neil Hunt that focusing on ease of use was the company's main priority. 
 

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