Netflix Now Lets You Remove Unwanted People From Your Account
The freeloaders who have access to you Netflix subscription will in the near future be required to pay for or purchase the subscriptions of their own. This is due to the fact that the Netflix app for iOS and Android allows you to remove unwanted users and people who have been stealing out of your accounts. The mobile app is now equipped with an additional “Manage accessibility and device” option in your account settings that lists all devices linked to your account, so that you can monitor any suspicious activity. Simply click Sign Out on any unwanted device to get them removed. As you can see in the above images You just need go your account > manage Access and devices and then Sign Out to clear out any person you do not wish to have on your account. This will make it simple to determine the members who are sharing their portion of the membership with others. This feature is especially helpful for members with many devices that are onboard.
If you’re wondering why it caused Netflix the time to implement this basic feature and then answer the question is easy. This is yet another step taken by Netflix to clamp down on the issue of sharing passwords as the platform is struggling with growth in revenue and the number of subscribers. The company is likely to expect its users to finish their work first before taking matters in its own hands.
Netflix has introduced a lower paid-for tier that is ad-supported for the same reason in recent times. The lower tier displays advertisements in the middle of your content only a few times. It’s also advertised as an incentive for people who don’t want to pay for a subscription for themselves. The streaming company has also made it easy to transfer profiles between accounts, which means that moving to a different account is easy.
For the account management option It’s only available on smartphones as of now, and there’s no announcement about when it will be available to TVs and desktops.