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Posted 6/29/16
I wish my Que page looked the look as the release calendar , I could see just my shows and see it in the calendar style . I think that would be awesome :)



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Posted 6/30/16 , edited 6/30/16

MrHickey wrote:

I wish my Que page looked the look as the release calendar , I could see just my shows and see it in the calendar style . I think that would be awesome :)


I've moved this to the Suggestions / Feedback forum in the Help section. (The Advice etc forum you'd originally posted in is for asking other users for advice or recommendations, often about things that aren't about Crunchyroll.)
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Posted 6/30/16 , edited 6/30/16

MrHickey wrote:
I wish my Que page looked the look as the release calendar , I could see just my shows and see it in the calendar style . I think that would be awesome :)


This is not a bad idea, for the web at least... It's the first time I've seen a queue request with this concept. Most of the time people want multiple tabs to categorize into separate lists (which won't happen, I'm pretty sure).

However, where would you have the catalog titles that are not simulcasts? And the same queue is used by all the apps, too (Roku, Xbox, Windows 10 app, Android, Playstation, IOS, etc, etc, each of those have different standards on how it is displayed, so it wouldn't necessarily be as easy as you might think to just change one feature for one platform.

I would think a request to have a filter button on the calendar itself to display only your queued shows would be more pertinent. Something like this:


Just in case you didn't realize, you can order the queue in whatever sequence suits your needs best. You don't have to put up with an un-ordered list with all your new additions going to the bottom.


Personally, since I watch mostly with my Roku TV, I order mine with catalog titles at the bottom with current simulcasts at the top, in release-day/time order, and I rotate it every night, popping the next day to the top so it is ready for me tomorrow. With Pop-to-top, you just put your mouse cursor on the one show at the bottom of the simulcasts and keep clicking, so it only takes seconds to keep it ordered.

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Posted 6/30/16
Good point I wasn't thinking about the non simucast shows, and yea I move my que around a lot, I just like the layout of the Calendar either way I still enjoy Crunchyroll as it is, just a thought I had the other day.

Have a great Canada day weekend coming up everyone
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Posted 6/30/16
Oh and I like the idea you said about the my que only option
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We Want Queue SORTIIIING ^^ ( at least by updated) otherwise the queue is worthless....
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Posted 7/4/16

cizeur wrote:

We Want Queue SORTIIIING ^^ ( at least by updated) otherwise the queue is worthless....


As pointed out above, you arrange the queue yourself with the two controls available in /home/queue That way it is in whatever order you or anyone else wants it to be. I would be upset if we were to lose this capability of self-ordering.


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