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Posted 1/17/14
Heya,

I love CR, but there's one thing that I'd like to suggest which would make it much better for me, and perhaps others also.... and that is the ability to sort your queue by most recently watched.

I've got about two hundred anime in my queue at the moment, and I won't remove a single one of them -- I want to watch them all. However it's very difficult to navigate.

I'd like the ability to switch between the normal sorting for the queue, and a "most recently watched series" which sorts my entire queue depending on when I've last watched an episode from a series. (I find the most recently watched episodes on the right side of the queue quite useless.)

Alternatively, an entirely separate "most recently watched series" page which would list, in order, the series that I've started, would be just as good.

Either way, I'd find this incredibly useful. Particularly on Apple TV... as scrolling through one line of endless thumbnails to find the anime I want is quite slow.

Does anyone else find themselves in a similar position as me?
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Posted 1/18/14

cyquil wrote:

Does anyone else find themselves in a similar position as me?


I manually sort all the current season stuff by day of the week, and don't have nearly that many shows in my queue. Until such a feature shows up (if it ever does), you could manually hit the upwards arrow on the show entry to bump it to the top of the list, especially if you are watching from a browser.
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Posted 1/18/14

eyeofpain wrote:
I manually sort all the current season stuff by day of the week, and don't have nearly that many shows in my queue. Until such a feature shows up (if it ever does), you could manually hit the upwards arrow on the show entry to bump it to the top of the list, especially if you are watching from a browser.

I have been doing that, but it takes forever. What I really want is just quick access to the series I'm currently watching. It'd make it so much easier -- particularly on the Apple TV. (I only watch stuff on the TV now.)
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