With Netflix, you can now leave your ex without changing your password

Netflix to make it easier to get rid of your ex

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We’ve all gone through a bad breakup and had to deal with the worries of caring for the cat, dog, TV, cactus, potted plant, rock pet and whatever, as well as splitting up all the subscription services.

Thank God, Netflix has now made it easier to deal with the last of those items on the list of things to argue about after things just don’t work out for you and your significant other.

The dust settles and all you want to do is sit on the couch and tearfully question your place in the world and get by Bojack rider chin deep in a tub of Ben & Jerry’s. The last thing you want to do when you start up Netflix is ​​to be confronted with the judgmental default smiley face profile icon with your ex’s name on it.

Before the streaming service’s last update, even if you removed that profile, your ex could still log in and passive-aggressively add their profile back to the account without exchanging a word with you. Why can’t they understand that this unhealthy way of communicating is what caused you to break up?

The Netflix Manage Devices screen

Not anymore – Netflix introduced a “Manage access and devices” option in account settings. In this menu you can see the devices that have recently accessed your account.

From here, if you’re not ready to change your password from JanetnDave4EvaXO, you can stop Janet’s MacBook Air or Dave’s iPhone 6S Plus from ever letting their owners get their hands on your Netflix account again.

Now you can continue your sad evening in relative calm, muttering to yourself, “Get your own Netflix account, Janet. I bet you go for the ad-supported tier too, you curmudgeon.”

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Lindsay Lowe

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