What are the requirements to use Netflix on Xbox One

Apr 5, 2018 5:41AM PDT

Hello members, I have recently started watching movies and shows on Netflix.
Currently, I use my laptop for it. I would like to know if it is possible to use Netflix on my Xbox one. As I want to keep my Laptop only for work purpose and have an Xbox One free for use.

Other than having a good internet connection which I have of 20Mbps. What other essentials do I need to run the Netflix App on my Xbox One? Or if I put the question this way how do I use the Netflix App on my console.

Help required.

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Netflix on Xbox. What ?
Apr 5, 2018 5:59AM PDT

Well, I didn't know about it before this. Being an Xbox owner I'd also like to stream my favorite shows on my console after reading your question I did a little research on google and found some guides that clearly shows that this thing can be done, but not all guide had pictures to explain the steps to follow. After searching a bit more I bumped into this guide showing all the steps making it easy to understand. You could have researched it too thought but here you go check this out:

Hope this helps!

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If I had too google
Apr 5, 2018 6:03AM PDT

If i had to google it, why would i ask here. Reasons i guess people post queries on forums is that members here have some expertise or experience and can answer queries in a more direct manner. If Google was everything all these forums would have been dead by now. I am not saying google does not help but yeah thanks for the help though. I will check out the solution and see if it does the job.

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