Watchlist button in Android app

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I use the app mainly on a tablet in landscape orientation. Previously the Add to Watchlist function was an elegant, small button on the movie's title bar, next to the vertical "***" button. As of the v6.3.2 update, it's been replaced by a huge wordy bar below the movie's poster image, for which I need to scroll down that section. To me, that's the opposite of an improvement of this particular experience, as the update notes claim.

Please don't "fix" what isn't broken, and revert this change. Thanks.
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AliasX43605621

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Posted 3 years ago

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Kurt

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Hi AliasX,

Thanks for your feedback, as this is not an issue but more of a request for a previous watchlist/navigation be added back to the Android application, I'm changing to this an idea so that our teams can potentially review this.

Best,
Kurt.
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Aicke Schulz

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"We've improved the Add to Wishlist experience to make it even easier to keep track of what you want to watch."
Moving the button below the fold on my 5.7" Phone, is not what I would call an improvement. That way I cannot see if it's on my wishlist already, that really is an issue and not an idea. Maybe you wanted to improve it for tablets because it can be overseen, but on a phone it was quite big already.
And I dislike that so much, that I even logged into that feedback system.
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100% agree with Aicke. I can't see the Button on my S7 without scrolling (which really sucks!). I tried very hard, but I can't imagine, how this "improvement" makes it easier for me to keep track of what I want to watch.

PLEASE overthink your "improvement".

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