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419 votesResearching · AdminJustin (Founder, Trakt) responded
Your points make sense, but as before this is still not something we plan on supporting. I’ll move this to researching, but I don’t anticipate changing this in the near term.
An error occurred while saving the comment An error occurred while saving the commentDinis Correia commented
What if the granularity of the watch date could be adjusted? So instead of having to choose a specific day I could just go for month/year – or even just year.
This is especially frustrating when trying to mark as watched old TV shows episodes (I watch a lot on the Apple TV, so I manually have to mark them and sometimes I forget to do it right away) – there's no way I can remember the specific day I watched each episode, but I know I watched the entire season in 2017, for example.Dinis Correia supported this idea ·
An error occurred while saving the commentDinis Correia commented
I think this would be great, especially for new users (like me).
I'm importing my watched movies from iCheckMovies and there's no way I can get that with a correct watch date.
2 votes0 comments · General » Website · Admin →Researching · AdminJustin (Founder, Trakt) responded
Probably a bit tough to pull off, but we can revisit in the future.Dinis Correia shared this idea ·
Any updates on this? I’ve been checking Letterboxd recently and noticed that setting a date is optional when adding a movie to your watched list - this makes perfect sense.
I wouldn’t really care if these movies/shows didn’t make it to my stats, I just wish i could add a movie without having to set a date (using “right now” or “release date” for unknown dates just messes with the stats anyway...)