If you’ve ever tweeted, grumbled, or even thought to yourself that you don’t want to choose what to watch on Netflix, your time has coming. Netflix launched Play Something, a shuffle-esque feature that is, effectively, like browsing channels on TV.
Play Something picks a show or movie based on your watch history, whether it’s something new, unfinished, languishing in your queue, or ready to be revisited.
After selecting Play Something, you’ll have the chance to select or skip each selected title, which comes with a brief sentence on why Netflix chose it for you.
Though not yet available on all devices, the Play Something option shows up next to your profile image, on the left side Netflix menu, and in the tenth row of browsing (because if you scroll that far, Netflix knows you need the help). It also supports Text-To-Speech, which can be enabled from the Accessibility help center.
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