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Tue, Nov 10, 2020 10:00 AM

How to delete a movie from the recently watched list

How can I delete a movie from the recently watched list on xfinity stream?

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2 Messages

7 m ago

from another reply in april..

 

 

the app nor stream website do not offer that option.  The x1 devices have a preferences/general setting for turning off recently watched history. Try turning that off and see if it stops teh stream app saving the same data. Let us know.

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7 m ago

Thank you for the reply.

 

I have a new (TCL/Roku) smart TV.  It is not at all practical to connect it physically to an X1 device and am streaming only.  Am I correct that I must live with not being able to delete movies from the recently watched list?

 

 

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7 m ago

Hi, CRB234. Are you using/referring to the Xfinity Stream TV app?

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3 Messages

7 m ago

Yes.

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7 m ago

I'm using a Flex box and while hIghlighting the show I wanted to remove I was able to press the info button to the right of Voice on my remote and choose "Clear History". Option to remove just that one, or all history.

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2 m ago

when was it changed, cause we use to be able to remove/clear the history via the online/app.. why all these changes..

Rustyben

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2 m ago

bring the same show back up in a search and mark it unwatched.

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