Netflix recently rolled out a new feature dubbed as Manage Access and Devices that enables users to view all the recent devices that have streamed content from their accounts and log out of the specific devices with just one click.
According to Wartemberg, the ability to sign out individual devices has been a “much-requested feature” from Netflix subscribers. It stands to reason that Netflix customers want to ensure their accounts are secure, so they don’t unwittingly let someone else piggyback on their subscription (and, for example, max out the concurrent-stream limit on their plans) or have someone making unwanted changes to their settings.
While not required, Netflix recommends a password change -- something that can also be done in Manage Access and Devices -- after remotely signing out of devices. This eliminates the risk of a saved password being used to simply log straight back in.
Netflix’s Manage Access and Devices feature can also come in handy if paying Netflix users want to log out of all the devices that their non-paying friends and family members are using for watching content on the streaming platform.
This feature joins the Profile Transfer feature that the streaming giant introduced earlier this year in a bid to allow the non-paying Netflix users to spin off their profiles into a separate account with all their personalised recommendations, viewing history, My List, saved games, and other preferences. Both these features are a part of the company’s efforts to put a curb to the practice of password sharing on its platform and nudge the non-paying Netflix users to create a new account — something that has led to decline in the company’s revenues.
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