Netflix has been busy with content, although the video service has somewhat been neglecting the website it maintains.
But that's all changing now as the company unveils a complete revamping which it hopes customers will find much more useful.
This update promises a better user experience that "has been built from the ground up to make it faster and easier to discover something".
What this means, aside from a better visual experience, is that content will now appear inline, as opposed to being a series of linked pages. That should make content easy to figure out. Just hover your mouse over a title to get information and images, while clicking it will provide additional information and a list of episodes, still inline.
Netflix also promises more efficient scrolling with the fast action of a mouse-click to move a column. This will also work with a trackpad or a touch screen.
This is a gradual roll-out, but Netflix plans for it to be completed relatively quickly - within two weeks, the service claims.
One caveat is also offered - "A small number of members on older versions of popular browsers will be prompted to upgrade their browser before they can access the new site". Happy viewing.