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I would like to edit or remove my history. Called Netflix but said that they don't do this. I would like to be able to watch what ever I want without others coming on my computer and seeing what I have been doing.

I don't care if they keep an internal record, just as long as I don't have a record when I open my account.

Dale

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If you don't give anyone your Netflix login information, no one can see your rental history.
You always beat me to it... :-)

How is that helpful when you have a family? Say I want to watch something sexy and my kids log on to watch something.

 

I am NOT getting a different account for all my kids.

 

Sorry, but I had to giggle at the ridiculousness of your answer. No offense, but it doesn't seem very thought out.

Were it me I WOULD get a different account for all my kids.

You said it first: "Sorry, but I had to giggle at the ridiculousness of your answer. No offense, but it doesn't seem very thought out."

so how did u get out of that problem

x. I would like tdo elimainte this historyThe history comes up each tim I sign on to Net

If it comes up each time you sign on to the Internet, that would be your Search History, not your Netflix History.

In Internet Explorer, Firefox and all the other Search Engines or Browsers there will be a button up top somewhere that says History.  Click on that and then click Delete History.  You will lose all your automatic sign in passwords, but you will just have to re-enter them at your favorite websites.  It will scrub away all those porn links I imagine you are trying to delete.  ;)

At this point people can create a new profile, log into the new one and delete the old one. This will delete all the search history and everything else.

That feature was not available years ago when this threaded conversation started.

Thanks, "Glenn". *wink*

Glenda

Easy. Log out after visiting netflix.com (click the little down-arrow next to your name on the top of any netflix page and pick Sign out). That way noone can see what you've been doing there. Change your password if others have your current one.

Oh, I forgot this: Movie privacy lets you mark watched or queued movies as "private" so your Netflix friends can't see them. If you want to do that to all of them it might take you a while (depending on your history):


Hope that helps.
The question is; what have you been watching that you don't want other people to know about. ; )

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