The stream place is becoming more competitive every year. As per reports, Netflix is working on an online hub to highlight the strength of its original content. The Protocol has seen a customer survey that says the company is considering creating a platform called N-Plus. According to the company, “N-Plus is a future online space where you can learn more about the Netflix shows you love and anything related to them.” As per the document the hub could include content like user-generated playlists, podcasts, and how-tos.
Out of those three, Netflix provides hints on how playlist functionality could work. It is indicated in the survey one can put together a list of their favorite films and TV shows and share them online. The way Netflix positions the feature suggests it could bring new customers to the service. As per the documents, if the viewers are not members, they can only see the show’s trailer.
N-Plus users could decide the future of Netflix productions as per another part of the survey. “Learn about a planned show (pre-production) and influence its development with feedback before filming has finished.” When Netflix was contracted by Protocol about N-Plus, a spokesperson for Netflix said the company frequently polls its customers on ideas it’s working on behind the scenes. Netflix already uses Twitter and YouTube, and even some of its niche social media channels to promote what is coming new. This survey is not the final confirmation that N-Plus is coming. For the final confirmation will have to wait for an update from Netflix.
Netflix is an American production company and content platform. It has its headquarters in Los Gatos, California, founded in 1997 by Marc Randolph and Reed Hastings. The company’s main business is a subscription-based streaming service offering online streaming from a library of TV series and films. It also includes those produced in-house. In April 2021, Netflix had 208 million subscribers. It’s available worldwide except in Syria, China, Crimea, North Korea.