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Watchlist needs updating
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Posted 7/28/11
I've found a problem with the watchlist. There may be a work-a-round that I haven't found but I'll leave it here just in case.

The watchlist will not record series that have more than 1 season. For example, Tono to Issho. I put that on my watchlist but it only records up to episode 12 of the first season. I have not found a way to accurately watchlist season 2. I find the watchlist very helpful as I can be forgetful on which episode I"m on. So fixing this would be a great help.

Just letting you all know.

Thanks for everything. Love this site and have been loyal for years lol
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Posted 7/28/11
You can manually increment the watchlist. Click the watchlist button on a series page, or go to the Watchlist, and click the "plus" button next to "Episodes Watched."
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Posted 7/31/11
Ya I know that. I'm talking more in terms of automatic function. I have been manually doing it after it stops. I'm just letting them know because I feel automatic is a lot smoother lol
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Posted 8/2/11
We have a new Queue function coming out soon that will be used to automatically keep track of your shows and quickly pick up exactly where you left off, even if it was in the middle of an episode.

This will pretty much replace the current Watch List function and be available across all of our supported devices.
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Posted 8/2/11
Oh wow. Sounds nice. Can't wait to see it in action. Thanks for the responses everyone.
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Posted 8/8/11 , edited 8/8/11

BasouKazuma wrote:

We have a new Queue function coming out soon that will be used to automatically keep track of your shows and quickly pick up exactly where you left off, even if it was in the middle of an episode.

This will pretty much replace the current Watch List function and be available across all of our supported devices.


I just noticed this new feature is now active on the site.

I have been wanting a Netflix like queue and resume. Thanks.



EDIT: It looks like it still needs some work. The queue layout is messed up (The lines separating the show titles are spaced unevenly, and sometimes overlap show titles) and there is no way to currently rearrange the queue order.
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Posted 8/9/11
You can rearrange the order by clicking on the set of dots to the left of any entry and dragging it. Not very intuitive so I'll see if that can be changed.
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Posted 8/9/11
About the the Queue function, are you going to completely get rid of the Watchlist function and replace it with the Queue function or is the Watchlist function still going to stay there.
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Posted 8/10/11
Hi,

I can´t see my comments in the queue about the anime. Finished, dropped etc are not there. No picture or how many episodes are left. I use the watchlist to organize what must I finished.

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Posted 8/10/11 , edited 8/10/11
My thoughts are the same as uhu. If the queue is feature complete, please let us keep the Watchlist - It does exactly what I want while the queue doesn't.

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Posted 8/10/11

uhu2001de wrote:

Hi,

I can´t see my comments in the queue about the anime. Finished, dropped etc are not there. No picture or how many episodes are left. I use the watchlist to organize what must I finished.




In second this. If the watch list is going to disappear the queue should have all of the same features. I too also use the watch list to organize what I have and have not watched yet.
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Posted 8/12/11 , edited 8/12/11
I agree with the post above, if you're gonna add new flashy features, keep the old useful ones. That way the new features won't hurt.
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Posted 8/23/11
Oh snap! I have to move all shows from Watchlist to the Queue since thats the main reason i've used Watchlist.
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Posted 4/13/12
Hey, so I don't use this site often for much besides watching anime, but based on what I've read, the both watchlist and queue are there to keep track of anime you watched, and do so, basically automatically, right? But what about alerting when new episodes of something come out? (by the way, I finished watching the 65th episode of Cardfight Vanguard, and watchlist insists there's only 31, which is obviously wrong)
So if the 66th episode of CV comes out, will I be alerted by either?

I just tried to use watchlist today, and haven't really explored queue, but I thought I'd ask, please help -_-
Posted 4/13/12 , edited 4/13/12
I find the Queue to be quite terrible at the present moment. I used my watchlist quite a bit. I use the Queue none. It looks boring, it doesn't show how many episodes there are, and you can't set a viewing staus like watching or finished. Well, those are missing from what use to be on the Watchlist

What would be FANTASTIC for the Queue would be..

Icons like: Watchlist

Tabs like: All, Favorites, Simulcast, Season, Year, Genre, which can be sorted even further with the same options under each tab.

Buttons like: Play (which is already implemented) and Play Next which allows you to play the current episode you are on or the next one you have yet to see.

Viewing Status like: Watching, On Hold, Finished. Dropped.

Maybe I just like my stuff too highly organized and informative?
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