"Sync your Netflix for long-distance love"
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Sync your Netflix for long-distance love
Okay let's try it again.
Three, two, one.
Did it work?>> No.
Did you press play on one, or on play.?>> I dunno.
[SOUND] I know a lot of you long distance lovers have been right in this spot.
Trust me, i know your pain when you're trying to watch Netflix and you can't synch it up with that special someone.
And let's be honest, before you chill, we gotta get this Netflix thing working.
So I'm gonna show you this killer Chrome extension called Showgoers.
Now you'll only be able to use this with the Google Chrome browser, but once you have it, go to Showgoers.
On the page you'll want to install Showgoers and then add the extension.
Then stay in Chrome.
Go to Netflix.com.
Sign in and find a TV show or movie that you know you and your significant other would love to watch.
I've got it narrowed down to 50 First Dates or 13 Going On 30.
Once you've decided on your flick, press play.
And you should see an icon of retro 3-D glasses up here in the top right corner.
Click Start Watching Party.
And you can make it a private one just for bae or even a public one for a party with strangers.
So, lets go!
It now creates a URL you can share with anyone who has a chrome browser and the showgo extension installed.
The link lets you join in and watch the same movies exactly at the same time.
Theres a side bar to chat with each other if you want and you can control the movie.
So when you press pause or play, it pauses and plays for everyone else.
Now, you can enjoy those meaningful moments with that loved one.
Never quite got that reaction before.
It's my favorite part.
This **** is rock and roll.
Now your long distance love is right here.
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