Want to separate the movies your kids are watching from your Netflix queue? Then check out this Cord Cutters episode about Multiqs.com:
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|A first look at the Roku 2|
|How To Optimize Netflix Streaming|
|LG’s Plex box|
|Checking out the Boxee iPad app|
|Take over-the-air TV everywhere
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Show notes for this episode:
- Multiqs.com can be tested free for 30 days, after which it costs $5 per year. For more info, check out the Multiqs.com website.
- Netflix has been thinking about introducing family accounts to give users a better way to separate their queues, but it may not do this any time soon. Check out our coverage of these plans here.
- For more Netflix tips and tricks, check out our post 10 tools to get the most out or Netflix.
Let us know how you are incorporating Netflix into your family’s TV watching habits. Has the service been taken over by your kids, or do you have other tricks to keep track of your favorite Netflix content? Fire away in the comments, get in touch with us on Twitter (@cordcutters) or Facebook or email us at cordcutters @ gigaom.com.