Post Reply How to change what video the queue is on?
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The title explains all. I have already watched some animes and want to have the 'new episode' alert (I'm new and created this account around the time of making this so excuse me if this isn't how you do this) but I don't want to watch all of the videos again (although the I could do it, I don't want to re watch some of the episodes for undisclosed reasons). How could I update the queue so it reads it as if I already watched all of them or that I'm at my current episode?
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Posted 3/1/15 , edited 3/2/15

Axios_Deminence wrote:
The title explains all. I have already watched some animes and want to have the 'new episode' alert (I'm new and created this account around the time of making this so excuse me if this isn't how you do this) but I don't want to watch all of the videos again (although the I could do it, I don't want to re watch some of the episodes for undisclosed reasons). How could I update the queue so it reads it as if I already watched all of them or that I'm at my current episode?


While logged in to your account, play the episode before the one you want to have show up in your queue next. You don't have to watch the whole episode, just the last minute or so will register it how you want here. Hope this helps.
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sonic720 wrote:
While logged in to your account, play the episode before the one you want to have show up in your queue next. You don't have to watch the whole episode, just the last minute or so will register it how you want here. Hope this helps.


Thanks! However, I found that it works better to watch the video you have finished or are on for the iOS (this is my main platform for watching crunchyroll videos).
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