In addition, users can easily switch between separate profiles.
And if you don’t really use it at all, the “My List” row will make its way down the recommended content on your home screen.
The “My List” feature, which is becoming available today, is just the latest in Netflix’s efforts to create a more personalized experience for its users.
That automated sorting is a big step up from the manual sorting that users had been faced with in their Instant Queues.
That said, if you’re a stickler for managing the order in which the movies you want to come back to appear, you can skip the automation and fix the list yourself in the “My List Management” section of your account page.
US customers who'd been using the old Instant Queue were also migrated over to My List.