According to the new information that has emerged, Netflix receives feedback by showing some of its subscribers the content to be broadcast 6 months in advance. Thanks to this system, the company decides whether content should be published or edited.
Netflix, the largest digital broadcasting platform, announced last week that it lost subscribers for the first time in more than 10 years. With this news, Netflix stocks were bottoming out, and important changes were made in the company. While many productions, including popular productions, were cancelled, adjustments were made to the internal policy of the company .
While Netflix’s loss of subscribers is attributed to the decrease in the quality of the content, a new measure taken by the company (in fact, earlier) to prevent this was announced today. According to the details shared by Variety, Netflix has started to test this production as a preview with some subscribers before releasing any production on the platform.
Contents are watched 6 months ago, feedback is given:
Netflix shows its series and movies to a small number of subscribers within the scope of this measure, which is currently only in effect in the USA. Subscribers participating in these screenings, which were held approximately 6 months before the release of the content, also fill out a questionnaire reflecting their thoughts about the content after watching the content completely.
After completing this questionnaire, the company can make adjustments to the content based on the feedback given, or make the final decision on whether to publish the content directly. The new shared app is expected to help Netflix raise the quality of its content again.