FeedFliks Search is back! And now, search has some long-requested major improvements:
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Got kids? Love Thomas anyway? More than 30 Thomas & Friends titles are being added to Netflix Streaming on the 15th of April. Find them all using Search: http://bit.ly/search-thomas-on-feedfliks: http://bit.ly/search-thomas-on-feedfliks
Remember, you can sign up to be notified via Twitter when titles that are teed up for Streaming actually come available. Read more about that on our older blog post at https://feedflix.wordpress.com/2010/03/28/feedfliks-can-notify-you-when-a-title-becomes-available-to-stream/
We’re now allowing you to search Netflix’s catalog by using this as an additional filter. Right below the ‘Format’ dropdown (where we added Blu-ray last month) is a slider you can use to set a minimum percentage value that the title should have been watched for.
Right now, this filter is applicable only to Instant Watch titles. However, with over 17,000 titles on Netflix Streaming, we figured everyone could use this to eliminate particularly boring titles.
If you’ve got any suggestions to make FeedFliks Search even better, please leave us a comment.
Until now, we’ve tried to bring to your attention, any titles that have become available via Netflix’s Streaming service. We’re taking this one logical step further by adding ‘Play’ buttons next to all titles that are stream-able.
From your own DVD Queue (why waste a DVD rental when you can see it now?) to the Netflix Top 100 (4 of which are still streamable) or Netflix New Releases (12 are streamable!) to Movie Detail pages to Search results to FeedFliks Streaming Central, you should start seeing these blue ‘Play’ buttons all over FeedFliks.
Just click ‘Play’ and in a minute or so, your movie will start playing in a new window. Yes, it is that easy!
A small but useful addition to FeedFliks Search: you can now filter by Genre. We’re also now sorting the results by average ratings so that highly rated titles show up at the top. Ever wanted to see a Comedy on Instant Watch that was made after 1999 and only have an hour to spare? We’ll now be able to tell you what your best options are!
We’d excited to introduce FeedFliks Search. We’re starting simple and plan on improving it constantly. We think it’s pretty useful even on Day 1: You can search by Title, Average Rating, Duration and Release Year – and yes you can restrict to Streaming/Instant Watch titles only. Here’s what it looks like:
On the results page you’ll be able to add titles in the search results directly to your Netflix Queues (use the green button for your DVD Queue and the blue button for your Instant Queue). Leave us a comment here or email us with your feedback!