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Netflix Introduces New "Flixtape" Playlist Feature

“Remember mixtapes?”

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Netflix Introduces New "Flixtape" Playlist Feature

“Remember mixtapes?”

Netflix has just launched a new feature on its website for users to create and share playlists conveniently. The new function named Flixtape is essentially “a mixtape, but for Netflix,” meaning that users can curate playlists of their favorite shows and then share them on Facebook or Twitter. Users are also allowed to get creative by naming their playlists, as well as customizing the playlist cover. You can watch the teaser above to learn more about Flixtape.

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