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Netflix is ​​testing an annoying new replay feature for important scenes

Many of the popular web players have a small built-in playback function, which can generally be rewound 10 seconds forward or backward at the push of a button. Netflix will receive an extended replay feature, which is compatible with Netflix originals in any case. Netflix wants to allow us to rewind specific scenes more easily, the LA Times can exclusively report that these days. […]

Many of the popular web players have a small built-in playback function, which can generally be rewound 10 seconds forward or backward at the push of a button. Netflix will receive an extended replay feature, which is compatible with Netflix originals in any case. Netflix wants to allow us to rewind specific scenes more easily, the LA Times can exclusively report that these days. This innovation is not yet visible to German users.

Anyone who already has the innovation doesn’t seem enthusiastic about it. In the United States, the first users speak out. In fact, Netflix apps should show a small window that repeats the last scene with one click. Obviously, this feature is based on very special scenes that could be important to the viewer. Then the small window will appear.

Netflix is ​​testing the innovation with some users

“We are testing a feature that allows Netflix members to view favorite scenes and unforgettable moments with just one click,” a Netflix spokesperson told the Los Angeles Times. “At the moment we just want to learn from him and we can do that even more fully in the future.” [via TheVerge]