Believe it or not, Discord isn’t just for gaming; the app has produced some really nifty tools—called bots—for users to automate various functions like finding music or starting surveys. One of the latest to reach the app is an official Discord bot from Netflix called Hey, Netflix. If you don’t mind having another bot, here’s how to use the Netflix Discord bot and all of its features explained.
How To Use Hey, Netflix and Its Features
- Open App Directory in your Server Settings.
On the left-hand side, find your server icon and right-click. Go down to Server Settings in the first drop-down menu, then choose App Directory in the second drop-down menu.
- Locate Netflix Discord Bot.
In the search bar, type Hey, Netflix and tap Enter. When it appears in the search results, select it.
- Install Hey, Netflix.
Select Add to Server to start the installation process. A pop-up will then appear, asking you to confirm. Select Continue. You are then free to decide which permissions Hey, Netflix is allowed to have. Select Authorize when you’re ready.
- Go ahead and give Hey, Netflix a try.
In Discord chat, type /heynetflix and answer the questions. Hey, Netflix will suggest content and, once a movie or series is chosen, a link will appear that leads users straight to the content. Everyone who participates will need a Netflix subscription.
It’s a little disappointing that this wasn’t Netflix’s attempt at creating a bot like Twitch’s Watch Parties, so don’t go in expecting that experience. It’s better to think of Hey, Netflix as a coordination tool, more than anything.
Does the Netflix Discord Bot Cost Money?
No, the Netflix Discord bot Hey, Netflix doesn’t cost a single cent. It’s free to download and use, even on a brand new server. The unfortunate news is, as mentioned before, you and everyone involved needs a valid Netflix subscription.
There you have it: how to use the Netflix Discord boy and all of its features explained. For more guides pertaining to Netflix, find out when Sonic Prime comes out if you’re a fan of Sega’s legendary mascot. Knowing when Netflix is down is always worth learning, too.
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