‘Continue Watching’ Feature In Development For Disney+. According to Comicbook.com, Disney is working on one of the chief complaints for their new streaming service, Disney+. An obviously missing ‘Continue Watching’ feature or category.
Currently, Disney+ will save your spot when you exit a title, but you have to search for those titles currently to begin streaming them again. Another reason subscribers are complaining is that while watching a series, not everyone remembers which episode they finished watching last and if you click on the series after you had stopped watching it, the series will start at the beginning of the series with episode 1 of season 1.
Disney has said they are working to add the feature soon, but as CB points out, Disney has been dealing with more pressing matters. Nearly the moment Disney+ launched, hackers began quickly distributing false emails to subscribers claiming their were issues with their accounts and provided fake links to steal usernames, passwords, and billing information. Causing thousands of accounts to become compromised and locking users out of their subscriptions. The subscriptions were then posted to hacker forums for sale at varying rates. Disney has also been focused on fixing any bugs and streaming issues for subscribers and wants everything to run smoothly before introducing any new features.
No date has currently been shared for when to expect the ‘Continue Watching’ feature, but likely we will see it added to a major update either before the end of the year or in early 2020.
Another chief complaint amongst subscribers is the varying reasons for missing movies and shows. Some films and series are simply still under contract with other services, such as Netflix, and can not be shown on Disney+ until the agreements in the contracts are met. For other missing titles, if you wish to request certain movies and shows you would like to see on Disney+, check out this helpful article by clicking on the title:
Have you had any issues with Disney+? What other features would you like to see on the streaming service? Which aspects of Disney+ are you enjoying? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments!
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