Netflix & Instagram Shows you Your Unnecessary Subscriptions

Netflix responds to user feedback and offers the option to end the annoying autoplay after each series or film. Instagram also responds to users’ needs and shows them unnecessary subscriptions that they no longer need.

Each of us knows at least one or two functions or properties from our most used apps that you would most like to change. Two of these apps have now made changes that were directly requested by the community. Netflix and Instagram have responded by optionally abolishing the annoying autoplay and Instagram showing its users unnecessary pages that you no longer want to follow.

The US streaming provider Netflix has finally created the possibility to stop the automatic playback of videos after years of numerous complaints from users. So far, at the end of a film or series, Netflix automatically plays a film or series trailer. This often leads to users seeing content that they do not want to see. To issue Autoplay, users must log into the Netflix account using a web browser and go to “Manage Profile”. Once there, both the Autoplay Trailer and the Autoplay Next Episode can be switched off. If you don’t mind automatic playback, you don’t have to make any changes.

Every Instagram user has subscribed to a few channels or pages that are actually of no interest to them. Instagram now helps you identify these channels by showing you which people you interact with and who you interact with less often. All the user has to do is click on “subscribed” and the 50 most frequent interactions and the 50 lowest interactions are displayed. With this action Instagram tries to bind the users to the app and not to be scared away by uninteresting content, as many users have done on Facebook.

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Netflix responds to user feedback and offers the option to end the annoying autoplay after each series or film. Instagram also responds to users' needs and shows them unnecessary subscriptions that they no longer need.

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