Netflix: Here’s How to Opt out of New Ads

If you are bothered by Netflix’s ads between T.V. episodes, we are here to help. There’s a solution to remove these ads as well as any other ads that netflix might try out in near future.

Last week, Netflix subscribers around the world started noticing that Netflix was occasionally showing ads related to TV and movie “suggestion” in-between TV episodes of a few TV series. This made the users perplexed and concerned over the ad system, with many subscribers willing to leave the service if Netflix continues displaying ads between TV episodes.

Fortunately, there is absolutely no need to unsubscribe as there’s this extremely easy way to turn these ads off while they are being tested, let us show you how!

Step 1: Make Sure you’re on a ‘Desktop Browser’ or ‘Tablet’ when you visit netflix, this step can’t be done on a Roku or Smart TV app. Once you’re logged into your netflix account, click on your profile icon located in the top right corner of the same page and finally click on the ‘Account’ in the drop-down menu.

Step 2: Once you are on the “Account” page, scroll down and select ‘settings’ section and you will see a few different links. Click one the “Test Participation” link.

Step 3: This page contains only one button that can be toggled on and off, set the testing preferences to off and click on the blue ‘Done’ button at the bottom of the page..

And voila! You’re done, you will no longer see any trailers between your favorite T.V. shows. Netflix has just started testing ads but it can change depending on the response of the subscribers.

“At Netflix, we conduct hundreds of tests every year so we can better understand what helps members more easily find something great to watch,” the streaming service said in a statement. “A couple of years ago, we introduced video previews to the TV experience, because we saw that it significantly cut the time members spend browsing and helped them find something they would enjoy watching even faster. Since then, we have been experimenting even more with video based on personalized recommendations for shows and movies on the service or coming shortly, and continue to learn from our members.”

“In this particular case, we are testing whether surfacing recommendations between episodes helps members discover stories they will enjoy faster. It is important to note that a member is able to skip a video preview at anytime if they are not interested,” the service added.

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