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Netflix Is Changing up Its Category Hub

Personalized offers are now included with curated lists.

Currently, the categories section of the Netflix app may be slightly different.

Netflix has introduced a new approach to categories. It’s designed to make it easier for people to find content to watch when they don’t have a specific topic in mind. The old horizontal column was full of genre image thumbnails, but the new theme switches to portrait orientation, removing the thumbnails entirely. Also, it’s now in the left menu and is no longer part of the main page you have to scroll to find it.

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The “Your Popular Categories” section at the top of the menu promotes three categories specifically for you based on what you’ve seen. For example, if you’ve been watching a lot of horror shows/movies lately, expect more horror suggestions. This adds to a larger list of other popular genres (Anime, Comedy, Documentary, etc.) that you can explore further below the list.

New Category Hub

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Included in the mix are categories specifically curated around select regional and global holidays or other notable events. Earth Day and International Women’s Day are two examples from Netflix, but they could also include Halloween, Valentine’s Day, graduation, and more.

Launching today, this new category hub should already be listed in the Netflix app. However, it is not yet built into the web browser version.


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Netflix Is Changing up Its Category Hub

It now includes personalized suggestions along with curated lists

The Categories section of your Netflix app probably looks a bit different today.

Netflix has rolled out its new approach to Categories, which is intended to make it easier for people to find something to watch when they may not have something specific in mind. While the previous horizontal column is full of genre image thumbnails, the new design switches it to a vertical orientation and drops the thumbnails entirely. It’s also located in the left-hand menu now, rather than being part of the main page that you have to scroll through to find.

Netflix

A Your Top Categories section at the top of the menu promotes three categories specifically for you, based on what you’ve been watching. So, for example, if you’ve been watching a lot of Horror shows/movies lately, expect to see more Horror suggestions. This is in addition to providing a larger list of other popular genres (Anime, Comedy, Documentaries, etc.) that you can scroll through further down the list.

Netflix

Specially curated categories are also being thrown into the mix, which revolve around some local and global holidays or other noteworthy events. Earth Day and International Women’s Day are the two examples Netflix provides, but other possibilities could include Halloween, Valentine’s Day, Graduation, and so on.

This new Category Hub is rolling out today and should already be appearing in your Netflix app—though it doesn’t appear to be integrated into the web browser version yet.

#Netflix #Changing #Category #Hub

Netflix Is Changing up Its Category Hub

It now includes personalized suggestions along with curated lists

The Categories section of your Netflix app probably looks a bit different today.

Netflix has rolled out its new approach to Categories, which is intended to make it easier for people to find something to watch when they may not have something specific in mind. While the previous horizontal column is full of genre image thumbnails, the new design switches it to a vertical orientation and drops the thumbnails entirely. It’s also located in the left-hand menu now, rather than being part of the main page that you have to scroll through to find.

Netflix

A Your Top Categories section at the top of the menu promotes three categories specifically for you, based on what you’ve been watching. So, for example, if you’ve been watching a lot of Horror shows/movies lately, expect to see more Horror suggestions. This is in addition to providing a larger list of other popular genres (Anime, Comedy, Documentaries, etc.) that you can scroll through further down the list.

Netflix

Specially curated categories are also being thrown into the mix, which revolve around some local and global holidays or other noteworthy events. Earth Day and International Women’s Day are the two examples Netflix provides, but other possibilities could include Halloween, Valentine’s Day, Graduation, and so on.

This new Category Hub is rolling out today and should already be appearing in your Netflix app—though it doesn’t appear to be integrated into the web browser version yet.

#Netflix #Changing #Category #Hub


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