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Is there a way to clear the history of Watch Now? I'm not really interested in continually viewing this long list of things I know I've already watched and quite frankly, there are some things on there I'd rather other members of my household didn't see. Is there a way? Thanks to all replies.

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there are some things on there I'd rather other members of my household didn't see

I like the kinky, perverted stuff too. ; )

I don't actually think you can erase it.
Nope. No erase feature. There's no porn on NF, though, so it can't be that bad...lol.
no?!
must be in the closet ... watching Chuck & Buck
how about cancelling your membership and signing up again.? using the same credit card... I hope the idiots dont try to link your old account. and re establish your rental history.
I hope the idiots dont try to link your old account. and re establish your rental history.

Considering that most people would want Netflix to remember their rental/ratings history if they rejoin at a future date....no, I don't think they're "idiots" for doing that.

It's high time that your parents find out what a dirty little freak you are anyhow!
Thanks to all who replied. Even those who think I'm a closeted pervert. I guess it gives some great pleasure to think they have no faults. Actually, I'm simply looking for a way to keep it organized rather than this uselessly growing list of movies. Guess I'm just a organizer freak...I know that disappoints some of you. Oh, and by the way, my 80 year old parents learned a long time ago what a dirty little freak I was and they really don't give a damn. :)
You rolled in the mud, and they couldn't care less?
...and quite frankly, there are some things on there I'd rather other members of my household didn't see...

I guess we all misunderstood this part of your original post. Clearly it just refers to a fetish for "organization."
I guess you missed Even those who think I'm a closeted pervert. The operative word here seems to be closeted. :-)
Ha! *ba dump bump tshhh*
From what I understand the "idiots" even save your queue (but I've never tried it, so I may be wrong).

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