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Ok, so I've used crunchyroll long before I made an account, and I would like to get notifications when shows I like have new episodes, so I put them in my queue section, but because this is a new account it says the next one I need to watch is episode 1 of the respective series. Is there a way to set it to the last episode in the series, or a "caught up" option? (As a side problem that isn't really related to the title, is there a way to tell crunchyroll that I've already seen a show so it nows and can reflect as such? So it won't recommend it or something in the future?)
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Semicolon23 wrote:

Ok, so I've used crunchyroll long before I made an account, and I would like to get notifications when shows I like have new episodes, so I put them in my queue section, but because this is a new account it says the next one I need to watch is episode 1 of the respective series. Is there a way to set it to the last episode in the series, or a "caught up" option? (As a side problem that isn't really related to the title, is there a way to tell crunchyroll that I've already seen a show so it nows and can reflect as such? So it won't recommend it or something in the future?)


On the show page, go to the last episode you watched and play the last 30 seconds or so to completion. The queue will now display the next show (or black box) where you left off.

Another way to know is to go here: /videos/anime/updated which displays the latest episodes added, newest first. It lags a little bit though, by maybe an hour or more after a show has become available.

A more reliable way to get notifications of all anime is to install an RSS reader app which provides notifications, and add this RSS feed to be watched: http://feeds.feedburner.com/crunchyroll/rss/anime That even occasionally lets you know about shows/episodes which were just added, sometimes even before they get announced.

There's nothing to control what shows the web browser player recommends after you finish watching something, no... That would indeed be a "nice to have" for those who principally use a browser to watch, unlike me, however, who almost exclusively use a Roku...
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