Netflix loves to add new content , but finding it all can be a pain -- as can remembering just when a new show or season will premiere in the first place. You might not miss out on new additions going forward, at least. The service is introducing a "Remind Me" button on certain titles to send notifications when they're ready to stream. Whether or not reminders are available, a new 'Latest' tab will also let you know what's new and what's in the pipeline for both the current week and the next. The features first started reaching subscribes in August, but it'll take a few weeks to roll out to compatible devices. You may have to wait a while depending on your platform, though. Smart TVs and others will see them in the "coming months. It's no surprise that Netflix would go this route.
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How to enable or disable Remind Me notifications
Note: Reminders might be restricted or blocked if you use Digital Wellbeing tools like Downtime or Filters. To use reminders with your family: make sure each person turns on Personal Results and sets up Voice Match. Important: This feature isn't available in all languages and it won't work if you use a Google Account through work or school.
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