Post Reply A "favorite" system?
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Posted 12/11/14
I'm really happy about what Crunchyroll has to offer, both as a streaming site and a shop. (awaiting my very first purchase and hoping my NGNL Shiro Ani figurine will arrive safely in Norway)

But am I the only one that wishes for a way to list my favorite shows, news or even purchases, both for easy access myself and for others to see if they are curious about my tastes?

I'm imagining a way for me to watch one of my old favorites simply by visiting my profile, going to a list and clicking a link that will take me to the overview of the anime in question. Or maybe using the same system to highlight an article for others to see if they visit my profile for whatever reason.

No clue if this topic is already up, I sure didn't find it while searching. But if it's already up then sorry for wasting your time
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LucemYoru wrote:

I'm really happy about what Crunchyroll has to offer, both as a streaming site and a shop. (awaiting my very first purchase and hoping my NGNL Shiro Ani figurine will arrive safely in Norway)

But am I the only one that wishes for a way to list my favorite shows, news or even purchases, both for easy access myself and for others to see if they are curious about my tastes?

I'm imagining a way for me to watch one of my old favorites simply by visiting my profile, going to a list and clicking a link that will take me to the overview of the anime in question. Or maybe using the same system to highlight an article for others to see if they visit my profile for whatever reason.

No clue if this topic is already up, I sure didn't find it while searching. But if it's already up then sorry for wasting your time


You can list your favorite anime in your profile: /editprofile/?tab=personal.
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Oh I didn't mean like that. I meant a system where if you click a button it will appear in a list on your profile for easy access.
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Posted 12/12/14

LucemYoru wrote:

Oh I didn't mean like that. I meant a system where if you click a button it will appear in a list on your profile for easy access.


We used to have a favourites and wishlist, but they were removed in favour of the Queue.

One of the biggest suggestions for the queue is to make a user's queue public on their profile, so they can share with their buddies what they're currently watching. Hopefully we'll have this suggestion available in the near future.
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Posted 12/12/14

LucemYoru wrote:

I'm really happy about what Crunchyroll has to offer, both as a streaming site and a shop. (awaiting my very first purchase and hoping my NGNL Shiro Ani figurine will arrive safely in Norway)

But am I the only one that wishes for a way to list my favorite shows, news or even purchases, both for easy access myself and for others to see if they are curious about my tastes?

I'm imagining a way for me to watch one of my old favorites simply by visiting my profile, going to a list and clicking a link that will take me to the overview of the anime in question. Or maybe using the same system to highlight an article for others to see if they visit my profile for whatever reason.

No clue if this topic is already up, I sure didn't find it while searching. But if it's already up then sorry for wasting your time


As a workaround you could start a page to list your favorites on your Profile "Pages" tab, and copy the url of the show page there and format it as a link. This would be public for others to see.

For example, I do something like that to keep a list of the drama shows I've already watched.

It's a little more work than if you could just click a button, but it could still be pretty handy.
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