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Unwanted items on the "LAST WATCHED" bar

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Unwanted items on the "LAST WATCHED" bar

How do I clear items such as "Xfinity Free Pass" offer from my "LAST WATCHED" bar?  These are special offers such as ON DEMAND and PAY PER VIEW offers that are added by Comcast to my "LAST WATCHED" bar and cannot be deleted, moved, or archived.  I have tried turning off Notifications, but that doesn't seem to work.   They take up a lot of space on the "LAST WATCHED" bar, and are very intrusive and annoying.  THe latest one is an Xfinity FREE PASS Latino offer. Any ideas that might help?

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Akai491 wrote:

How do I clear items such as "Xfinity Free Pass" offer from my "LAST WATCHED" bar?  These are special offers such as ON DEMAND and PAY PER VIEW offers that are added by Comcast to my "LAST WATCHED" bar and cannot be deleted, moved, or archived.  I have tried turning off Notifications, but that doesn't seem to work.   They take up a lot of space on the "LAST WATCHED" bar, and are very intrusive and annoying.  THe latest one is an Xfinity FREE PASS Latino offer. Any ideas that might help?


highlight one and press info and then press the right button until you get to 'mark unwatched'. 




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