Google Provides for Watchlist Feature

The most popular and search engine giant Google is planning to introduce some great new and helpful features in the Google platform as part of its initiative to make it all the more useful to the users. Google is now planning to bring in a new ‘Watchlist’ feature in Search wherein it will let users mark a particular movies or TV show as ‘watched’ and also provides for the option to save it to a collection. This feature has supposedly been rolled out to just the mobile versions alone as of now. It is available through the Google app for Android and iOS, and also while using Search through option in the Web browser. In order to know as to how the features works when you search for a movie or a TV show on your phone through the compatible channels and the knowledge panel shown on the top of the area will now comes with buttons like ‘Watched it?’ and also ‘Watchlist’.

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The button ‘Watched it?’ would change to the text to ‘watched’ if you go on to click on it. In case, you click on the ‘Watchlist’ button, it would provide the option to bookmark the movie or TV show on the whole. Google adds it to a collection that you can now go back to in the future whenever needed. If the movie is something that is newly released one, and is still in the theatres, there’s a ‘Get tickets’ button that shows up on the go and clicking on it will go on to reveals show times in just a click.

The Watchlist collection is chiefly useful for one and all as it enables one to see all the movies and TV shows that are on the pending list. The collection has cover art for the movie and also the TV show saved, and this list can very well be shared as well. In case, you search for a movie or TV show, the saved watchlist will show up on the screen. The brand new ‘Also on your watchlist’ option lets you see the content that are saved in the past and this list can be combined additionally by just clicking on the ‘Watchlist’ button.It needs to be understood that the ‘Watchlist’ feature is only available on mobile through search via a Web browser or the Google app that is the Android, iOS. The particular functionality has been spotted in other markets, but doesn’t seem to be available in India as of now.

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