Vic Naidoo shares a Netflix cheat sheet to help you navigate the gems of the Watching Frenzy
You will find content you never knew existed.
If there’s one thing we love to do on a weekend or after work, it’s snuggle up to a good series that gets us hooked, line and sinker … And with the weekly “Watch Party” segment by Vic Naidoo, we can easily go to one place and see what’s going on on Netflix without all the hassle of scrolling and creating a match.
Now Vic Naidoo has gone even further with his love for frenzy, he has discovered a useful tool, that is, a code cheat sheet. The codes are based on genres, so thriller, comedy, reality, etc.
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With the listings and show listings included on Netflix, the goal of the cheat sheet is to help Netflix’s algorithm work the best for you. After all, it’s about making life easier, isn’t it?
Since Netflix uses algorithms to help viewers browse TV shows and movies that will appeal to their tastes, it’s all based on what you’ve already watched. However, your binge-watching needs may be more complex than what you’ve ever watched.
“Depending on what you watched, Netflix’s recommendation algorithm may have buried the perfect movie or show. If so, Netflix codes can help you filter the onslaught of content to find more recommendations. interesting than the usual rate. ” (CNET)
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As much as aka cheat codes aren’t a new phenomenon, it’s useful if you want to spend more time looking rather than searching. However, the codes can only be applied on the website and not on the app.
The cheat sheet is based on a numbering system that the service uses to categorize movies and shows by genre and sub-genre. Note that codes can only be used on the Netflix website, not in its applications. ” (CNET)
For the complete list of codes (cheat sheet), you can visit the website here. The website hosts the codes which range from documentaries and horror shows to romantic comedies, whatever your taste you can find the code here.
The easiest way is to install the Better Browse for Netflix extension for Chrome. Here’s how:
1. Go to the Chrome Web Store and search for “Better browsing for Netflix”.
2. Click on Add to Chrome.
3. Click on Add extension.
4. Log into your Netflix account in a new tab.
At the top of the Netflix home screen, you should see a new option – Browse all – next to My List. Click on it to manually search or scroll through the available subgenres. “(CNET)
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