Not currently possible on the website. The Trakt API can do this.
This might be a merge into:
It is generally the same topic of discussion.
My guess on this is that it is the show with the most *watched* episodes, not the duration of the episodes.
Removing my vote. This is to help solidify data accuracy and encourage uses to use the product and try products from others that use Trakt. If that is for VIP only, I do not support. Others can support if they want, so I am not deleting.
This is my hesitation on using any products that rely on Trakt to use. The reason I am here as a user is because another product used this product, and for lack of better words, forced this use in order to fully use it. Correct data should be for all users, not just VIP in my opinion.
A bit of user interaction would be great. I speak from experience with MusicBrainz, Discogs, etc that user contribution is a major benefit. Looking at the data they provide compared to others like TMDB and TVDB that are more restrictive, the quality is clearly better. Sure, there is a down side too, but the current method also has a down side. There are many series' and movies that have incorrect data and refreshing does not always work as it is supposed to. Additionally, the changes are driven by difficult and controlling sources which does not help. I think there would be a huge advantage to be gained by a true user contributed movie database. Just a matter of who does it first.
Your points make sense, but as before this is still not something we plan on supporting. I’ll move this to researching, but I don’t anticipate changing this in the near term.
@manoconnor I am not disagreeing on making improvements, sorry if it was taken that way. All I was stating is that I do not believe that the date issue "has to be fixed", but rather a feature request. My point in commenting was my change in opinion on that. It is my opinion, after personal review and experience with how I use trakt, that an unknown date is less useful to me as a data user then using the released date as a value for unknowns. I won't bore all with the exact reasons, but it is data integrity and compatibility reasons. Use of "unknown" added or not, I won't use it in favor of released date .... just my opinion, and a changed one.
Although I see this as an issue as well, I agree with the stand of Justin. All I do is use the released date if I am unsure of the date. Although I felt a bit differently prior, after using for a reasonable while, I no longer see this as a real issue, meaning a problem. Just my opinion. When I compare all of the other software, web sites and plugins used in combination for my media center, trakt.tv is currently one of least issues and is a welcome addition.
The VIP option does not address this post then, but you have stated that it is not possible at this time. Keep for future consideration I guess. Support being that the image does not serve purpose to the content and purpose of the web site and actually interferes with said content.
It does if the image used can be smaller in height, or removed all together. On my displays, the image is large to the point that scrolling down about 1 screen is needed to get to real content, the image thus serves no purpose, only gets in the way. If this is VIP, I cannot see, so it is up to your discretion.