Netflix: A guide to removing trailers at the end of series and movies | Mexico | Spain | Spor-Play
This must have happened to you…spend a day seeing the best Netflix Until the movie or series ends and suddenly the top of the trailers are activated. Fortunately, there is a way to disable this feature so that after a good marathon there is calm and silence.
One reason for trailers to malfunction, apart from waking you up to the noise, is the spoiler. Some productions have a habit of providing more information in their previews and some moviegoers simply want to avoid any information about the next work to be shown.
If you are in the computer, Enter this link From the browser and move the cursor to your user icon, in the upper right corner of the page. Select “Account” from the drop-down menu. Show your username in “Profile and Parental Controls”. Find “Playback Settings”. Finally, click on Change.
There you will see the option “Turn on progress automatically while browsing on all devices”, make the change and click “Save”.
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If you are in smart phone, Enter this link, and display the sidebar with the button with three lines, in the upper left corner of the page. Select “Account” from the drop-down menu. Scroll down a bit and view your username in “Profile and Parental Controls”. Find “Playback Settings”. Finally, click on Change.
Then it remains only to deactivate the option “Turn on progress automatically while browsing on all devices” and press the “Save” button.
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