Manage your films and series with “Your Google list” – Explica .co
Applications and services with which manage everything you’ve seen and want to see, talking about movies and series, but also documentaries and television shows of all kinds, there are quite a few. However, for the system to work you have to put in more evidence than we are used to and maybe “your Google List” will make it easier for you.
For example, if you subscribe to more than one VOD service, the most likely is that you have already created lists in each of them, to which is added everything you find there that you would like to point to see when you can, like movies that are still in theaters, but when they get to the working VOD service, you don’t even remember them. This, presumably, happens to all of us (we also write probably more stuff than we will ever be able to see, but that’s another story).
Total, that when comes that moment when you wonder And what do I see now? It becomes a situation where you can end up seeing nothing, if you go through both site’s listings, the news they recommend, etc. spend so much time looking for what to see that in the end you can’t see anything.
On the other hand, adding a third application to all these lists that does just that can be effective, but it requires, as we have already pointed out, consistency. The same goes with the Google function which we are going to talk about now, with one exception: almost certainly you will be able to save the installation of a new application or the opening of an account in a new service, because you will have already your Google account and you will use its search engine assiduously.
Your Google List
Focusing on what brought us here, “your Google List” is, as already mentioned, a function, a functionality if you will, of the Google search engine. In fact, you’ve seen it a few times, even though you haven’t noticed it. It is displayed on both PC and mobile and “Appears” when you search for a movie or series, as part of additional information. So that:
The vertical frame includes a lot of other information about the title you are looking for such as synopsis, length, cast, etc., but with the fragment displayed, you just need to capture the functionality that “your Google listing” has to offer: there you can mark if you have already seen it, if you liked it or not, and add it to “your Google list”. Have you ever tried to do this?
If you click on “my list”, the content will be added to “your Google list”, while a short floating message will appear explaining that “to see your Google list, search for” my list “, including a link which you refer to. take him there. It’s there in your Google List where you can review everything you add, when you want to see something and you don’t know what.
The problem is, when you enter “my list” into Google, with or without the quotes, what you will find is not your Google list, but the search result. This happens because Google tells you to search for it in Spanish, when it hasn’t translated the term. The search that will actually bring you to your Google listing is “my watch list“, Again, with or without the quotes.
My recommendation to you, if you want to test your Google list, is that you save a bookmark to get to it as quickly as possible and not have to continually write my watchlist: this is the direct link.
One last thing: what’s the point of liking or not liking a movie or a series? Does it affect your Google listing or is it just a search engine adornment? Well no and no, are the answers. However, if you are using Android and have also installed the Google Play Movies app, you will find that it is not just for taking up space: it is the one that depending on what you put will recommend. content or others.
If Google Play Movies is not the protagonist of this entry, it is because it does not depend on a specific application, as mentioned at the beginning. And because in the end it’s much more intuitive to use the search engine than to open an application on purpose… Even if it will be fine, I imagine.
However, there is one but to keep in mind: while in the mobile browser you can access your entire Google List, on the PC you will only see the last 14 titles you added (by changing the date through the tools the search results vary, but it’s a terrible way to deal with it).