New Look and Functionality of

  • administrators

    hrm... seem like Netflix has decided to start randomly changing how they display the date... we will have to look into it, why can't we all just use the same format... stupid borders!

  • In case extra data points help, these are showing as expiring on Netflix Australia but not on unogs:

    Bir Baba Hindu (exp April 3)
    Organize Isler (exp April 3)
    Elizabeth (exp April 10)
    Inside Man (exp April 10)
    Sophie's Choice (exp April 10)

  • administrators

    re: expiring... the huge hammer i swung to fix the US issue seems to have broken everything else (sill US date convention)... I have now taken a more nuanced approach so we should see this fixed over the next 24 hours

  • @admin said in New Look and Functionality of

    If you want to find out what is expiring in a country, you can just select 'expiring' in the 'Select Filter' drop down.

    Hi! Where are the rest expiring videos?

  • administrators

    re: expiring... read up the chain... we are having a few issues with expiring... should be sorted in the next 48 hours

  • @admin Sorry for that and good luck!
    And thank you for your site! I visit it almost daily to see what's new and what's leaving soon (and what's available in other countries). I'm very grateful it's available

  • I really dislike the new site.
    Some of my biggest complains:

    • I'd like the old saved queries to still work
    • sorting by date doesn't work, shows stuff from 2015
    • I'd prefer if I didn't to have to open a popup to change search options
    • I can't anymore middle click on a title to open it in a new tab, instead I have to open it in the pop up window, wait until it loads, and only there I can click on direct path

    Really I feel like you didn't add anything meaningful and removed all the best things

  • administrators

    re: your biggest complaints

    1. doubt this will ever happen as I pretty much hate the old format and want it to die
    2. it does work, just not in the order that you want (I will look into reversing it)
    3. I like the format of just having results on the page, honestly clicking a button to do a search is not a big deal
    4. The modal is necessary to accommodate checking multiple titles without losing your spot on the page, I may look into allowing both direct link and modal on the title selection but its not a top priority

  • With the new site, all the pages have the title "Netflix Global Search on uNoGS". I prefered when the title was the title of the video, made it easier to switch between several tabs. Was probably better for your SEO too.

  • administrators

    @All I have now added a Country Details section to the new website.

    Please accept our apologies for removing this apparently valuable section!

  • Sweet! Thanks so much for bringing it back.

  • Thanks your the update. But Turkey isn't right, expiring titles same as Netherlands. Can you update that please?

  • @admin great, thank you for "Country details" section.
    Can you also return in "Country Details" sorting from oldest to newest like in

  • I mean in "New video (last 7 days)" section, because in expiring videos sort order already right.

  • administrators

    re: video order... I will get this fixed today
    re: turkey vs netherlands... please provide specific examples of incorrect data

  • administrators

    re: video order, Done

  • I report a bug which when I find any movie or series about to expire selecting either in Country Details or Advanced Search > Select Fliter > Expiring. In the case of United States, finding a movie or series available of said country, when they're about to expire, the date is wrong which displays (YYYY/DD/MM) and the right display date is (YYYY/MM/DD). Please correct that bug. I will thank you.

  • administrators

    looks like netflix are playing around with their standards again... we have updated and US should be sorted in the next 24 hours

  • About the turkish catalogue. I already sent an email at the beginning of the year, that there is something wrong about. For example
    That title isn't available in turkish Netflix. I tested it with some other titles and found a lot of wrong data. Somehow data looks mixed with the Netherlands catalogue. Also on the example i posted, why should there only be dutch subtitles availabe in turkey.

  • I report a bug which when I select a found video (film) in the list I see in my country which displays the bug "Seasons:)," Please correct it and I will thank you!


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