According to the latest report, Netflix is testing a feature that asks viewers to verify they share a household with the account holder. The company said that this move could limit the sharing of password on Netflix accounts.
A small number of Netflix users are receiving a message asking them to confirm they live with the account owner by entering details from a text message or email sent to the owner. Viewers can delay the verification and keep watching Netflix.
Netflix Is Testing A Feature that Could Limit Password Sharing
Anyhow, the message may appear when they open Netflix again, and eventually, they could be required to open a new account to continue streaming.
“This test is designed to help ensure that people using Netflix accounts are authorized to do so,”
a Netflix spokesperson said.
Netflix, the world’s largest streaming service, is constantly testing new features to bring more ease to its users. Just recently, Netflix has announced a vertical video format feature known as Fast Laughs. The feature is getting quite popular across the globe and has a full-screen feed of funny clips from Netflix’s comedy catalogue. Currently, it is available only for iOS users.
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