Add native right click support for Windows.
With a simple right click of a tv series folder giving options to add all files to watched/unwatched/favorite/ratings. As well as single file support. Also extra options such as 'view on trakt.tv' etc.
This is something that I would use daily.0 votes
Not planned right now, but its an interesting idea for the community to look into.
It should only be possible to rate movies after the release date.0 votes
This has been suggested a few times before and it’s not something we can do right now since we don’ have full coverage on dates and countries have different dates.
Add regions...0 votes
Desktop debian app0 votes
Our efforts are currently focused on the website since that’s universal.
Rate video games.0 votes
Not planned right now since we still have a lot of features to add for movies and tv.
Make a plugin (if that would be possible) for the Kaleidescape system. See kaleidescape.com in case you don't know0 votes
Not something we plan on doing, but the API is available for any developer to integrate Trakt.
A recap of an entire tv serie season0 votes
Not sure what this means. There are episode summaries when viewing a season.
NetFlix support.0 votes
Unfortunately netflix doesn’t have a public API anymore.
Sync watched status with Netflix, rather than having to manually update Trakt after watching something on Netflix.0 votes
Unfortunately, Netflix has closed their public API so this isn’t possible.
Gmail/contacts integration0 votes
Probably not planning to scrape your email account in.
Sync your lists with a users IMDB lists0 votes
Unfortunately IMDB doesn’t have an API so we can send data to them. We do plan to import from IMDB though.
Please add an option to change the layout of the season/episode. I.E. instead of 1x09 make it S01E09. Just an idea :)0 votes
Not planned right now.
Please make a trakt desktop app. An app identical to the website, but stored locally on my desktop syncronizing with my account.0 votes
I don’t realistically see us making a desktop app. There are a few 3rd party desktop apps out there, and if you are on a mac take a look at Fluid which can make any website into a standalone app.
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