Is Disney+ missing a few of your favorite movies or shows? Thanks to a feature on the new streaming service, subscribers can tell directly what film or show they want to be added.
As one user pointed out on Twitter, subscribers can make their requests by visiting the platform's Help section and clicking on the "Give Feedback" button. From there, subscribers can choose to suggest new features, content or simply bring attention to any technical issues.
If you want to request a show/film for Disney Plus it’s in the help section. pic.twitter.com/hxysR7ceoF— Joshua Gillespie (@HalfHearted_JG) November 14, 2019
While it's not promised that the requested content will make it to Disney+, it's assuring to see the newest participant in the Streaming Wars is taking customer service seriously.
Disney+ launched with an impressive library, though the service had its share of technical woes. Regardless, Disney+ reached a notable accomplishment of 10 million subscribers in 24 hours, beating initial predictions of 8 million by the end of 2019.
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Disney+ is now available in the U.S. and will launch on Nov. 19 in Australia and New Zealand, with content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic.