Amazon Prime Video is finally rolling out viewer profiles to everyone. Subscribers can now create up to six personal dossiers per account, making it easier to separate your entertainment preferences from the rest of the household.
Access respective recommendations, season progress, and watchlists based on individual activity, rather than one giant pool of viewing history. Rewatching Smash while your partner catches up on Mr. Robot? Setting up personal profiles should clean up the interface and offer a better experience for both of you.
Following a trial run earlier this yearin Asia and Africa, Amazon is rolling out the feature globally. Prime members can expect an email about the update with more information on how to add up to six profiles—one primary plus five additional—on a single Amazon account. Parents can assign a profile to children, or simply tap into the default Kids option (suitable for those 12 and under). Just like on rival streaming platforms Netflix, …