Paramount+ App Update Now Includes a ‘My List’ Feature


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Paramount+ is listening to user feedback and has added a much-needed feature in its latest app update. The streaming app now has a bookmark feature where viewers can save titles to “My List” for easy access later.

“Add them now. Watch them later. You asked. We listened. Introducing My List. Add your favorite shows and movies to your lineup with just a click,” Paramount states.

Viewers can now save a title for later by clicking the blue “+ My List” icon feature while on a title. The selection will then be added to their watchlist for easy access under the Keep Watching row on the Paramount+ homepage. The feature is part of the app’s latest update, so make sure you’re running on Version 8.0.22. New subscribers will have access to it right away.

A “My List” feature seems like a no-brainer and something that would naturally be built into a streaming service, but it’s taken Paramount + since March when it launched to add the watchlist option.

You can still get one month free of Paramount+ right now with the code MOVIES at checkout to use the new My List feature and watch over 2,500 new movies being added to the service this summer.

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