Episode Tracker
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Posted 10/21/10
With all the series on Crunchyroll I will skip around on the different series I watch. Sometimes I forget which episodes I have watched and which ones I have not. It would be nice if there was a tracker that put a little mark on which episodes I have seen so I don't have to spend several minutes figuring out which episode I have not seen.

For non-members the info could be stored in a cookie. For member it should be tied to their account.

This would be a great feature and I hope Crunchyroll adds it.
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Posted 10/21/10
After you make a watchlist there will be an option to "Show History" which will show episodes you've watched.
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Posted 10/21/10
You can see the last 30 videos you watched by following this link:
http://www.crunchyroll.com/history
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Posted 10/22/10 , edited 10/22/10
That history is pretty hard to find. Plus it only goes back 30 episodes. I could watch 30 episodes of one series one day and forget where I was in all the rest of the series. What I am talking about is a sleek integration with the list of all episodes and series.
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Posted 11/4/10
+1 this is a great idea
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I found this post while looking about in disbelief that Crunchyroll does not have a queue or any integration between the shows and the watchlist. I still assume it does, but I can't find it.

It is not at all "a sleek integration", but here's an app that can track the next available episode for current series from shall we say a variety of sources. You will need to be able to run PHP flies on a local machine to use it, and be able to edit a bit of text to make work it on your system.

http://mysite.verizon.net/fantod/2010/last.php
http://mysite.verizon.net/fantod/2011/crunchyfinder.php

It is public domain software, but I am looking for a job, should somebody want to integrate that idea with a certain anime video site.
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