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Most Recent (NOT), Old Listings on "Nights" and No "Favorites List"

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Most Recent (NOT), Old Listings on "Nights" and No "Favorites List"

Why, when choosing "All TV Shows" and "Most Recent" the listing is NOT the most recent ?  Why, when choosing a particular night (ie:Friday) are there shows from weeks and months in the past ? ... One more item, what happened to a "Favorites List "

Thank you for Listening ...

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Re: Most Recent (NOT), Old Listings on "Nights" and No "Favorites List"


CaBilly wrote:

Why, when choosing "All TV Shows" and "Most Recent" the listing is NOT the most recent ?  Why, when choosing a particular night (ie:Friday) are there shows from weeks and months in the past ? ... One more item, what happened to a "Favorites List "

Thank you for Listening ...


Great questions. I'll need to confirm on Monday but believe that "Most Recent" means most recently added to XFINITY On Demand (i.e. "Publication Date" in the metadata). What would you expect it to be (e.g. most recent broadcast date of the most recent episode)?

 

"Friday Night Shows" lists shows that aired on a Friday. There is some editorial control of the order but clicking "View All" will query against all shows from that particular day of the week, regardless of being the most recent Friday or a previous one.

 

Favorite Channels were recently added to the Live TV section and "Watchlist" will be coming in an upcoming release. They are related but Favorite Channels was the higher priority based on our user research so it was developed first. The new experience is all new code and infrastructure (the former TV Go website and apps could no longer support the user growth and advanced capabilities of modern browses and mobile devices). It will continue to improve and feedback from customers like you is invaluable and appreciated. Keep it coming.

 

Best,

ComcastDan


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