Four obscure Netflix hacks that hardly anyone knows – including a secret menu

NETFLIX is packed with useful features that can enhance your viewing experience.

The streaming giant has 222 million subscribers worldwide, and most of them are unaware of the extras hidden under the hood.

Get more out of Netflix


Get more out of NetflixPhoto credit: Getty

So why not try some of these hacks to take your TV shows and movies to the next level?

Stop autoplaying TV episodes

If you like dozing off during a show, autoplay can make finding your seat a nightmare.

But there is a way to end the feature once and for all.

On a PC or web browser, go to the drop-down menu in the top right corner and select Account.

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Choose your profile and click playback settings.

Deactivate Autoplay the next episode of a series on all devicesthen Save on computer.

Get the highest quality every time

Netflix video quality is set to Auto by default and will be adjusted based on your connection.

It also aims to prevent you from gobbling up all your data on a smartphone.

If this isn’t a problem for you and you want the absolute best quality every time, just go to the settings menu followed by Account.

Choose your profile and click playback settings.

Tick High.

Netflix has a secret menu that most people don’t know about.

It’s mainly intended for tech-savvy people, but you can tweak the buffer settings.

You can unblock it from a smart TV or console by first resetting your Netflix app.

Then simply restart the app and use your controller or remote key as follows:

Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, Up, Up, Up, Up.

Try new Netflix features first

Of course, Netflix is ​​constantly working on new features.

If you want to stay up to date and test them out, you can use the Netflix test program to do so.

In the main settings menu, scroll down and you will see test participation.

Switch Include me in tests and previews On.

Netflix has 222 million subscribers worldwide


Netflix has 222 million subscribers worldwidePhoto credit: Getty

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