No more writing lists on scraps of paper or in the condensation on the window, Netflix has announced it is rolling out a new My List feature which lets you build a menu of things you want to watch later.
You can save TV programmes and films to your My List, which will sit in a row on the Netflix homepage across whatever devices you use to watch.
As well as bookmarking stuff, the list will let you know if new a new series of a TV show is available.
Even more helpfully, it will highlight when a film or TV show is about to disappear from the service (which is down to Netflix's rights agreement for that title expiring).
You'll be able to create a personal My List for each Netflix profile on the account, so no dowdy Salmon Fishing in the Yemen sneaking into your Breaking Bad/Arrested Development/Ferris Bueller hipster triumvirate.
Roll-out of the new My List feature has begun today, with Netflix promising that all members should have it within the next two weeks.
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