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    167 comments  ·  General » Website  ·  Admin →

    Currently, you can hide a show from you calendar or progress page. Hiding from watched progress also hides it from your dashboard on deck. Hiding in those 2 places should work for most users.

    This topic proposes a “dropped” status for a show. This would hide from the 3 sections mentioned above + add a “dropped” indicator in places such as the show summary page.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    SO far I am seeing everything that is hidden.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    The dashboard shows 6 items at a time. On mine, 2 of them are shows I stopped watching but won't go away, and two of them are The Daily Show And The Late Show, which when I mark the latest episode as watched, go all the way back their respective premieres rather than going away. So my dashboard is literally 2/3 useless, because the majority of the space it taken up by things that shouldn't be there.

    For that matter, there should be a way to mark an episode as 'not watched and not going to be watched.' That way if you just don't want to see something, you don't have to mark it as watched anyway just to make the listing go away, but you can do so without ditching the whole series (for example if you go on vacation and aren't watching The Daily Show, you just mark those eps as 'not interested in going back and watching old stuff,' but keep your general reminder).

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I have deleted the series from my watchlist, marked them as hidden, removed all records of my having watched them, etc. They still show up on my calendar and my dashboard. The one and only way I can get them to go away is to go through everything episode by episode and mark them as watched, even if I haven't been watching, and this of course only works until the next new epidemic comes out.

    I am not suggesting a catchall system. I am suggesting that there be a way to mark a show to only show you the latest episode, latest season, or to designate how many seasons back or which seasons you want to be reminded about. If you don't want to use that way, that is up to you. I want to know the daily show is on this week. I want to know who will be on. I do not want to go back and watch every episode from the premiere of the Daily show With Kraig Killborn, but it will not stop trying to remind me to watch it from that episode onward, and that clutters up the dashboard.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    @Justin Nemeth I have hidden it and everything else I can find to do to make it go away. Not only hasn't it gone away, but now Tokyo Ghoul has joined it as refusing to go away unless I say I watched it. If I haven't don't the 'right thing' at this point, it means it is so non-obvious or hidden as to be effectively a missing capability.

    Also, you never addressed the other issue, which is for shows like The Daily Show or Late Night that, when you say you watched today's episode, try to make you go back and watch the entire rest of the series of hundred or even thousands of episodes starting with episode 1. There needs to be a way to set shows to only ask you about the most recent episode or at least only designated or the most recent season. Just like the other shows, since the system ALWAYS thinks you have more episodes to watch, these shows are always on my dashboard taking up spots.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    When you remove a show from your watchlist, it should stop telling you about new episodes. But it does not. No matter if you remove it from your watchlist, hide the show... No Mater What You Do, You Cannot Get The Site To Stop Bugging You To Watch The Next Episode.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I stopped watching Moonbeam City months ago. I even put it on hidden. But my dashboard STILL won't remove the reminder to watch the next episode.

    There is no good, functional way to voluntarily stop watching a show. Currently, your only option on the site is to watch to completion or be bugged about it by constantly having it on your dashboard until you do.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    For shows topical shows like The Daily Show or Late Night, or for other long running but non-continuous shows, when you say you watched today's episode, the site will try to get you to go back and watch the entire rest of the hundreds or even thousands of episodes that the series is composed of, starting with episode 1. There needs to be a way to set shows to only ask you about the most recent episode or at least only designated or the most recent season, otherwise long running shows don't work well. Since the system ALWAYS thinks you have more episodes to watch, these shows are always on the dashboard taking up spots, even though you will never want to go back and watch them from the start.

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